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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

School of Music 



PERFORMANCE PROGRAMS 

September 2011 - December 2011 



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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



i Argentina! 



Faculty Artist 

J. Arden Hopkin, baritone 

Guest Artists 

Carrie Culver, soprano 

Pej Reitz, piano 



7:30 p.m. 
1 September 2010 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



El pensamiento importuno Juan Pedro Esnaola 

1808-1878 

Coplas para tus ojos Gilardo Gilardi 

1889-1963 

Al banco solitario Ivette Souviron 

Carnavalito b. 1914 

Carrie Culver 



El Horos de una Estancia Alberto Ginastera 

El alba 1916-1983 

La Mariana 
El Mediodia 
La Tarde 
La Noche 

Arden Hopkin 



From J 2 canciones populares Carlos Guastavino 

Bonita rama de sauce 
Los desencuentros 
Mi vina de Chapanay 

Carrie Culver 



INTERMISSION 



Cinco canciones populares Argentinos Alberto Ginastera 

Chacareras 
Triste 
Zamba 
Arrorro 
Gato 

Carrie Culver 



Tangos Argentinos Carlos Gardel 

Golondrinas 1890-1935 

Volver 
El dia que me quieras 

Arden Hopkin 



Pueblito, mi pueblo Carlos Guastavino 

Carrie Culver 
Arden Hopkin 



An accidental enrollment in high school choir set J. Arden Hopkin, baritone, 
on a career as a singer that has encompassed the operatic and musical theatre 
stage, oratorio, concert hall and recital platform. His education includes a DMA 
and the Performer's Certificate from the Eastman School of Music, a MM from 
the University of North Texas, and a BM from Brigham Young University. He 
specializes in the vocal music of Spain and Latin America and has performed 
and presented master classes internationally in Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Chile, 
and Spain. He has released a CD, Songs of Spain, reflecting his interest in that 
musical tradition. 

Carrie deLapp Culver, soprano, is a seasoned performer and educator. 
She currently is an associate professor of voice at the College of Wooster in 
Wooster, Ohio. With more than twenty years of teaching experience, she has 
served on the faculties of several state and private universities. She is also in 
demand for her skills as a stage director and conductor for numerous academic 
productions and, while in New York, for the Gilbert and Sullivan Light Opera 
Company of Long Island and the Cultural Arts Playhouse. She is a member of 
the National Association of Teachers of Singing, the National Opera Association 
and served its companion organization Opera for Youth as editor of the Opera 
for Youth Journal. She remains active as a recitalist with recent performances 
in Ohio, New York, Barcelona, and Madrid, created the role of the Artist in 
Peter Mowery's opera Sangreal for the 2010 Cleveland Ingenuity Festival, and 
performs regularly as an oratorio soloist. Dr. Culver has also served as a soloist 
organist and chorus master in the Episcopal Church for fifteen years. 

Pej Reitz, piano, is a native of Binghamton, NY. She received her BM and 
MM in piano performance with accompanying emphasis. She attended Boston 
University, New England Conservatory, and Binghamton University. She was a 
winner of the Artistic Ambassadors Program by the United States Information 
Agency in partnership with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. 
Since 1991, she has served on the faculty at Binghamton University and Ithaca 
College School of Music since 1999. She is president of the local District VII 
Music Teachers Association and is an active adjudicator for the National Piano 
Guild Organization. 



Upcoming Performances 

Faculty Recital Guest Artists Recital 

Diane Reich, soprano Carole Blankenship, soprano 

Darrell Babidge, baritone Irene Herrmann, piano 

Scott Holden, piano 

F Monday, 26 Sept. 2011, 5:30 p.m. 

Friday, 9 Sept. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. Museum of Art Auditorium 

Madsen Recital Hall 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Faculty Artist Recital 



Diane Thueson Reich, soprano 
Darrell Babidge, baritone 
Scott Holden, piano 



7:30 p.m. 
9 September 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Pa-pa-pa-pa, from Die Zauberflbte 

Hai gia vinta la causa, from Le nozze di Figaro 

Porgi, amor, from Le nozze di Figaro 

La ci darem la mano, from Don Giovanni 



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
1756-1791 



Lacrimosa, from Requiem 
Transcribed by Franz Liszt 



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 



Don Quichotte a Dulcinee 
I. Chanson Romanesque 
II. Chanson epique 
III. Chanson a boire 



Maurice Ravel 
1875-1937 



INTERMISSION 



Heidenroslein 
Gretchen am Spinnrade 
Der Tod und das Madchen 



Franz Schubert 
1797-1828 



Morgen 

Wiegenlied 

Transcribed by Scott Holden 



Richard Strauss 
1864-1949 



Just Another Rhumba, from The Goldwynn Follies 

By Strauss, from The Show Is On 

Let s Call the Whole Thing Off, from Shall We Dance 



George Gershwin 
1898-1937 



Bess, you is my woman, from Porgy and Bess 



j This musical event is the second performance sponsored by the 
BYU^ ' BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Guest Artist 



Neil Rutman, piano 



7:15 p.m. 

15 September 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



Pre-recital lecture 



PROGRAM 



Les Cyclopes (The Cyclopes) 

Le Poule (The Chicken) 

La Dauphine (The King's Daughter) 

Les Sauvages (The Savages) 

Minuet 

Reprise Les Cyclopes 



Jean Phillipe Rameau 
1683-1764 



Sonetto 104 del Petrarca 
Sonetto 123 del Petrarca 



Franz Liszt 
1811-1886 



Sonata No. 3 in A Minor 



Sergey Prokofiev 
1891-1953 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata in B Minor 



Franz Liszt 



MEET THE PERFORMER 



The Washington Post has written of Neil Rutman that his playing "met the 
highest standards and his spotless articulation gave the whole program unusual 
polish and virtuoso marks/' and the New York Times stated that "he won the 
audience over for himself with exquisite performances — both commanding 
and full of character." 

Neil Rutman has distinguished himself as a top prize winner in several 
international competitions including the Busoni, Kapell, Casadesus, Joanna 
Hodges, Concert Artist Guild, and International Johann Sebastian Bach 
Competition. Mr. Rutman has received awards from the National Endowment 
for the Arts and for Artistic Excellence from the Astral Foundation. He has 
appeared in Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Tokyo's 
Bunka Kaikan, and the Schola Cantorum in Paris with concert tours of 
the United Kingdom, Europe, New Zealand, Japan, and the Persian Gulf. 
Recordings include two Mozart piano concerti, an all Poulenc CD, with 
Emmy- Award winning actor Tony Randall providing the narration in The Story 
ofBabar the Little Elephant, and his 2008 all Chopin release on the Pro Musica 
label. Mr. Rutman has recently authored articles for the Piano Quarterly, The 
Piano Teacher, an interview with Aiko Onishi in Clavier, and is a contributing 
author to the book Piano Masterpieces to be published by Oxford University 
Press in June. During the summer of 201 1 Mr. Rutman was invited to give 
the closing concert at the World Conference of the European Piano Teachers 
Association Conference in Serbia. 

A native of California and graduate of the Eastman School and Peabody 
Conservatory, Neil Rutman is Artist in Residence at the University of Central 
Arkansas. Since 2005 his students have won top prizes in the Kappell 
International Competition, the East West Artist Auditions in New York City, 
and the Clara Wells Competition, the Memphis Beethoven Club, and the 
Tulsa National Rotary Competition. Mr. Rutman teaches classes on tone 
production each summer in San Francisco. 

A former collegiate boxer, Mr. Rutman also coaches the University of Central 
Arkansas Boxing Team and is a volunteer probation officer for juvenile 
offenders in Faulkner County. Mr. Rutman is an active member of The Church 
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was recently released as the early 
morning seminary teacher and now serves as the ward mission leader. 



Upcoming School of Music Performances 



Double Reed Round-up Guest Artists Recital 

Nancy Ambrose King, oboe 
Jeffrey Lyman, bassoon 

Friday, 16 Sept. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 
Madsen Recital Hall 



Choir Showcase 

BYU Singers, Concert Choir, Men's Chorus, Women's Chorus 
Ronald Staheli, Rosalind Hall, Jean Applonie, conductors 

Thursday-Friday, 22-23 Sept. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 
de Jong Concert Hall 



Guest Artists Recital 

Carole Blankenship, soprano 
Irene Herrmann, piano 

Monday, 26 Sept. 2011, 5:30 p.m. 
Museum of Art Auditorium 



"All That Jazz" 

Synthesis, Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Legacy Dixieland Band 
Ray Smith, Mark Ammons, Steve Call, directors 

Wednesday, 28 Sept. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 
de Jong Concert Hall 



, This musical event is the fourth performance sponsored by the 

BYU^^ BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Guest Artists 

Nancy Ambrose King, oboe 
Jeffrey Lyman, bassoon 

with 

Jeffrey Shumway piano 
Douglas E. Bush, harpsichord 



7:30 p.m. 

16 September 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Sonatine for Oboe and Bassoon (1963) Andre Jolivet 

Ouverture 1905-1974 
Recitatif 
Ostinato 



Sonata No. 2 in G Major Antoine Dard 

Allegro 1715-1784 

Andante 
Allegro gratiozo 
Allegro tempo di molto 



Morceaux for Violin (Oboe) and Piano Pauline Viardot 

Romance 1821-1910 

Bohemienne 
Tarantelle 



INTERMISSION 



Morceau de Salon, op. 228 Johann Kalliwoda 

1827-1893 



Legend of the Sea (2007) Xinyan Li 

b. 1978 



Terzetto, for Oboe, Bassoon, and Piano, op. 22 Casimir-Theophile Lalliet 

Introduzione-moderato 1837-1892 

Andante maestoso 
Rondo: Allegro Moderato 



MEET THE PERFORMERS 



Nancy Ambrose King, oboe, is the first-prize winner of the Third New 
York International Competition for Solo Oboists, held in 1995. She has 
appeared as soloist throughout the United States and abroad, including 
performances with the St. Petersburg, Russia Philharmonico; the Janacek 
Philharmonic in the Czech Republic; the Festival Internacionale de 
Musica Orchestra in Buenos Aires, Argentina; the New York String 
Orchestra; and the Sinfonia da Camera. She has performed as recitalist 
in Weill Recital Hall and as soloist at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. 
She has taught and performed in the Sarasota Music Festival, Idyllwild 
Music Festival, Bowdoin Music Festival, Marrowstone Music Festival, 
Strings in the Mountains of Steamboat Springs, and the Hot Springs 
Music Festival. She has appeared as a recitalist throughout the world, 
including the American Academy of Music in Rome and the Royal 
Conservatory of Music in Stockholm. 

She is currently associate professor of oboe at the University of 
Michigan and president of the International Double Reed Society. 
She was previously associate professor and University Scholar at the 
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She has also served on the 
music faculties of Indiana University, Ithaca College, University of 
Northern Colorado, and Duquesne University Schools of Music. She 
has performed as principal oboist in Sinfonia da Camera, Michigan 
Opera Theater Orchestra, Flint Symphony Orchestra, Heidelberg 
Opera Orchestra, Colorado Symphony, Greeley Philharmonic, Indiana 
University Festival Orchestra, and the Tanglewood Music Center 
Orchestra, as well as performing in the Los Angeles, Boston, Detroit, and 
Rochester Philharmonic Symphony Orchestras. 

A graduate of the University of Michigan with a BM, Ms. King was the 
recipient of the school's prestigious Stanley Medal. She received her 
DMA, MM, and Performer's Certificate from the Eastman School of 
Music. She lives in Ann Arbor with her husband Bill, a clarinetist, and 
their two sons, Ryan and Trevor. 



Dr. Jeffrey Lyman has established himself as one of the premier 
performers, teachers, and historians of the bassoon in the U.S. He has 
been associate professor of bassoon at the University of Michigan since 



2006 and prior to that, held positions at Arizona State University and 
Bowling Green State University. His principal teachers include Bernard 
Garfield of the Philadelphia Orchestra and Richard Beene and Hugh 
Cooper of the University of Michigan. He holds an undergraduate degree 
from Temple University and his MM and DMA from the University 
of Michigan. He has been a member of numerous orchestras across 
the country and has performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the 
Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, the Opera Company of Philadelphia, the 
Savannah Symphony, the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra of Columbus, 
the Grand Rapids Symphony, and the Michigan Opera Theatre, to name 
a few. 

He has appeared often on the international festival circuit, most notably 
at the Moscow Autumn Festival, the Festival dei Due Mondi (Spoleto, 
Italy), Academie Europeene d'Ete de Musique (Tournon, France), 
Colorado Music Festival, Vermont Mozart Festival, Bellingham Music 
Festival, Saint Bart's Music Festival (French West Indies) and the 
Chamber Music Conference and Composers' Forum of the East at 
Bennington College. He performs annually at the conferences of the 
International Double Reed Society and is a popular clinician at bassoon 
master classes around the world. With oboist Martin Schuring, he was 
co-host of the 1998 conference of the International Double Reed Society. 
He has given master classes and guest recitals at McGill University, 
USC, the Curtis Institute, the Eastman School, the Tchaikovsky 
Conservatory (Moscow), the Florida State University, Rice University, 
and many others. 

Lyman is also known as an author and advocate of new music, and 
has many publications and commissions to his credit, including works 
by Yuri Kasparov, John Steinmetz, John Allemeier, David Gompper, 
Bill Douglas, and Kathryn Hoover. As an author, Lyman is a frequent 
contributor to the publications of the International Double Reed 
Society,and his article subjects range from textual issues in the music 
of Stravinsky and Canteloube through 19th century bassoon treatises 
and their impact on bassoon design to the biography of bassoonist 
and winemaker Gerard Faisandier. His article "After Shostakovich, 
What Next?", an annotated bibliography of recent music by Moscow 
composers, helped to spread that repertory around the world. His most 
recent major project is a mixed-media web-based survey of the history of 
the bassoon in Mexico titled "El Bajon en Mexico." 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Double Reeds and Friends 



featuring 

Sundance Trio 

Geralyn Giovannetti, oboe 
Christian Smith, bassoon 
Jed Moss, piano 

with 

Monte Belknap, violin 
Alexander Woods, violin 
Claudine Bigelow, viola 
Julie Bevan, violoncello 
Eric Hansen, bass 
BYU Chamber Orchestra 



7:30 p.m. 

17 September 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Suite of Six French Songs of the 15th Century Willard S. Elliot 

Fortune a tort 1 927-2000 

Je suis trop jeunette 
Reveillez vous Piccars 
En regardant vo gratieux mantieu 
James d'amoureax court n'orrey bien dire 
Ma seulle dame sur ma foy 



Another Life Gemot Wolfgang 

from Trilogy for Oboe, Bassoon, and Piano (part two) b. 1957 



Escualo Astor Pizzaolla 

Transcribed for bassoon and string quintet by J. Bragato 1921-1992 



Preludio y Merengue Paquito D'Rivera 

Energico b. 1948 

Merengue 



INTERMISSION 



Sinfonie Concertante, op. 84 Joseph Haydn 

Allegro 1732-1809 

Andante 
Allegro con spirit 



_> This musical event is the fifth performance sponsored by the 
BYU^M B yu School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BYU School of Music 

Choir Showcase 
22-23 September 2011 



de Jong Concert Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



Men s Chorus 

Rosalind Hall, conductor 



menschorus.byu.edu 



All Creatures of Our God and King 



arr. James Kasen 



The Impossible Dream, 
from Man of La Mancha 



Mitch Leigh 

arr. Brian Stokes Mitchell 

Nathan HofTeins 



Hand Me Down that Can of Beans, 
from Paint Your Wagon 



Frederick Lowe 
arr. Lyle Durland 



BYU Singers 

Ronald Staheli, conductor 



singers.byu.edu 



Amor con fortuna 



Juan del Encina 
1468-c. 1529 



The Coolin 



Samuel Barber 
1910-1981 



Psalm 42 



George W. Chadwick 
1845-1931 



So I'll Sing with My Voice 



Dominick Argento 
b. 1927 



Concert Choir 

Rosalind Hall ; conductor 



concertchoir.byu.edu 



Father in Heaven 



arr. Robert Cundick 



Pilgrim s Hymn 



Stephen Paulus 
b. 1965 



Laudate Nomen 



Carlyle Sharpe 
b. 1965 



Women's Chorus 

Jean Applonie, conductor 



womenschorus.byu.edu 



Awake My Heart to Sing 



Mark Patterson 
1901-1956 



Ave Maria 



Michael Head 
1900-1976 



Over the Rainbow, from The Wizard ofOz Harold Arlen 

1905-1986 
arr. Russell Robinson 



Group Sing 

Nearer My God to Thee 



arr. David Zabriskie 



Combined Choirs 



Of the Fathers Love Begotten arr. John Ness Beck 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Jaxon Williams 

Guitar 



in Senior Recital 

Student of Lawrence Green 



Assisted by 
Shannon Fry, soprano 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



7:30 p.m. 

23 September 201 1 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Come Heavy Sleep 



Shannon Fry, soprano 



John Dowland 
1563-1626 



Prelude, Fugue, and Allegro, BWV 998 



Johann Sebastian Bach 
1685-1750 



Sonata, K. 208 
Sonata, K. 209 
Transcribed for guitar by Jaxon Williams 



Domenico Scarlatti 
1685-1757 



INTERMISSION 



Minuet op. 11, no. 1 
Mnuetop. 11, no. 6 



Fernando Sor 
1778-1839 



Etude No. 1 



Giulio Regondi 

1822-1872 



Nocturnal 
Musingly 
Very Agitated 
Restless 
Uneasy 
March-like 
Dreaming 
Gently Rocking 
Passacaglia 
Theme: Come Heavy Sleep 



Benjamin Britten 
1913-1976 



W%^%f I I 7^ ^ s mus ^ ca ^ event is the 8th performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 2011-2012 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Tara Austin 

Voice 



in Junior Recital 

Student of Darrell Babidge 



Assisted by- 
Ashley Vazquez, piano 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



1:30 p.m. 

24 September 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sposa son disprezzata Giminiano Giacomelli 

1692-1740 

Voi, che sapete from Le Nozze di Figaro Wolfgang Amadeaus Mozart 

1756-1791 



O kiihler Wald Johannes Brahms 

1833-1897 

Fischerweise Franz Schubert 

1797-1823 

EcTb MHoro 3ByKOB Rachmaninoff 

1873-1943 



INTERMISSION 



A Chloris Reynaldo Hahn 

1874-1947 

En sourdine Claude Debussy 

1862-1918 



The world feels dusty Aaron Copland 

1900-1990 
Amor William Bolcom 

b. 1938 



«^--.- - — j£~y This musical event is the 9th performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 2010-201 1 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Guest Artists Recital 



Carole Blankenship, 
soprano 

Irene Herrmann, 

piano 



A Musical Portrait of American 
Composer Paul Bowles 



5:30 p.m. 

26 September 2011 

Auditorium 

Museum of Art 



PROGRAM 



Will you allow me to lie in the grass? Paul Frederic Bowles 

Today more than ever, from Six Chansons 1910-1999 



Sarabande 



Songs on texts of Gertrude Stein 
The Ford 
Red Faces 
Letter to Freddy 



Creole Song 
Lowlands 



iQue te Falta? from Three Songs from the Sierras 



Three Pastoral Songs 

Down in Yonder Meadow 
The Feathers of the Willow 
The Piper 



Lullaby 

Shepherd, from Yerma 



Frozen Horse 
My Love was Light 



MEET THE PERFORMERS 



Carole Choate Blankenship ; soprano, is 
assistant professor of music at Rhodes College 
in Memphis; Tennessee. She is heard regularly in 
recitals, chamber music concerts, and oratorio 
performances. Dr. Blankenship has performed 
solo recitals in Marktoberdorf, Germany; Cell 
Theatre, New York City; University of California, 
Santa Cruz; University of the Pacific; University 
of Delaware; University of Texas, San Antonio, 
and most recently at the Foundling Museum, 
London. In October 2010 she presented a paper 
for the International Paul Bowles Conference at the University of Lisbon, 
Portugal. A frequent master class clinician, Dr. Blankenship has led voice 
master classes in Melbourne, Australia, at Middle Tennessee State University, 
and Western Kentucky University. Dr. Blankenship received her DMA from 
the Univeristy of Memphis where she also received the Graduate Document 
Award. Her research continues in American song, particularly the songs created 
under the direction of the Federal Music Project, 1935-1940, New York. 




Irene Herrmann, accompanist and lecturer at 
University of California, Santa Cruz, is executor 
of the Paul Bowles music estate. She studied at 
the University of California, Berkeley, where 
she earned degrees in both German literature 
and music. In 1993 she received a master degree 
in performance practice from the University 
of California, Santa Cruz, with an emphasis on 
American vernacular music and 20th-century 
piano repertoire. Irene began her personal 
collaboration and friendship with Paul Bowles in 
1992 and continued to visit him in Morocco until he died in 1999. Her visits 
with Paul Bowles included lively conversation about his music as well as his 
reminiscences of the music scene in New York in the 1930s and 1940s, colorful 
portraits of his many musical and artistic friends. Since then she has been 
editing, disseminating, and performing his music throughout the world. Her 
recording on Koch Int. includes both chamber music and songs. 




Upcoming School of Music Performances 



"All That Jazz" 

Synthesis, Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Legacy Dixieland Band 
Ray Smith, Mark Amnions, Steve Call, directors 

Wednesday, 28 Sept. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 
de Jong Concert Hall 



Instrumental Showcase 

Symphonic Band, Wind Symphony, Percussion Ensemble, 
Symphony Orchestra, BYU Philharmonic 

Kirt Saville, Donald Peterson, Ronald Brough, 
Christian Smith, Kory Katseanes, directors 

Thursday, 29 Sept. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 
de Jong Concert Hall 



Group for New Music 

Wednesday, 5 Oct. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 
Madsen Recital Hall 



Guest Artist Recital 

Matthew Coley, percussion and dulcimer 

Wednesday, 12 Oct. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 



y_ This musical event is the fifteenth performance sponsored by the 
BYLM-^ BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BYU 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Guest Artist Recital 



Julia Heinen, clarinet 

with 

Dmitry Rachmanov, piano 



7:30 p.m. 

26 September 2012 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Premiere Rhapsody Claude Debussy 

1862-1918 



Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, op. 128 Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco 

Andante con moto 1895-1968 

Scherzo 
Lullaby 
Rondo alia Napolitana 



INTERMISSION 



Tema con Variazioni Jean Francaix 

1912-1997 



Sonata for Clarinet and Piano Marc Eychenne 

Allegro moderato b. 1933 

Intermede 
Andante 
Allegro 



This musical event is the fifth performance sponsored by the 
BYU^^ BYU School of Music for the 2012-2013 season. 




Critics rave, "Julia Heinen is a 

sensation/' "Absolutely brilliant," "Plays 
with intensity, conviction and impressive 
virtuosity." 

As a soloist, Julia Heinen has performed 
hundreds of recitals throughout the 
United States and had the distinct 
pleasure of premiering several works 
written specifically for her. In February of 2003, she performed a recital 
including several new works at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall culminating 
in a compact disc recording including several of these pieces released in the 
Fall of 2007 by Centaur Records. A new recording of chamber works for the 
Tapestry Ensemble: a quartet of oboe, clarinet, cello and piano will be released 
in the fall of 201 1 by PARMA. 

In addition to Dr. Heinen's solo performances she is often heard as a chamber 
musician performing most notably with the Tapestry Ensemble, a quartet of 
oboe, clarinet, cello, and piano and the TEMPO New Music Ensemble. She 
is also an accomplished ensemble player having served as principal clarinetist 
with the American Wind Symphony, a professional wind ensemble which 
tours the United States and Europe. As an orchestral player, she has served 
as principal clarinetist with the Augusta, Dubuque, Greenville, LaCrosse, 
Rochester, and Valdosta Symphony Orchestras and was featured several 
times as a concerto soloist with those ensembles. In addition, her orchestral 
performances also include several concerts with the Minnesota Orchestra. 

As an artist and clinician for the Buffet and Rico Corporations, Dr. Heinen 
does frequent clinics and master classes in many universities and colleges 
throughout the United States. Originally from Minnesota, she currently lives 
in Los Angeles, where she serves as professor of music at California State 
University, Northridge, teaching clarinet and coaching chamber music. She 
served as the artistic director of ClarinetFest® 2011 and continues her work 
with this organization as the state of California Chair of the International 
Clarinet Association. She holds a masters degree from the University of 
Michigan, an artist diploma from Northwestern University and a doctorate 
from the University of Minnesota. Her teachers have included Herbert 
Blayman, Robert Marcellus, and J. Cloyde Williams. 

Julia Heinen is a Buffet Crampon USA and Rico Reeds Performing Artist and 
plays exclusively on Tosca clarinets and Reserve Classic reeds. 




Dr. Dmitry Rachmanov is professor of piano 
at California State University, Northridge, 
where he serves as chair of keyboard studies. 

Hailed as an "indisputable musician" by the 
Brussels' Le Soir and "suave and gifted pianist' 
by the New York Times, Rachmanov has been 
heard at venues such as New York's Carnegie 
Hall, Washington, D.C.'s Kennedy Center, 
London's Barbican, and South Bank Centres, 
and Beijing Concert Hall, and his tours brought 
him to Mexico, Europe, Russia, Turkey, and 
the Far East. He has recorded for Naxos, 
Omniclassic, Master Musicians, and Vista Vera 
labels, and collaborated as a soloist with Manhattan Philharmonia, Brooklyn 
Philharmonic, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, Orlando Symphony, London 
Soloists Chamber Orchestra, Ukraine National Symphony, National Orchestra 
of Porto, Portugal, among others. A strong proponent of the Russian repertoire, 
he gave the United States premiere of Boris Pasternak's Piano Sonata, broadcast 
nationwide by the NPR, and his recital "The Art of the 19th Century Russian 
Character Piece" was noted by the New York Times for "considerable color and 
focus" he brought to each work. 

A sought-after master class clinician and lecturer, Dr. Rachmanov has served 
on the faculties of Manhattan School of Music, Chicago College of Performing 
Arts at Roosevelt University, and Long Island Conservatory, SUNY, and has 
appeared as a guest artist at schools such as Royal Northern College of Music, 
UCLA, University of Chicago, Indiana University at Bloomington, Brandeis 
University, Queens College, University of Washington, University of Iowa, 
University of Alaska at Anchorage, Tulane University, Shanghai Conservatory, 
and Beijing Central Music School. Dr. Rachmanov has been a frequent 
adjudicator at competitions in the United States and in Europe. 

Rachmanov is a graduate of The Juilliard School and he holds the DMA 
from Manhattan School of Music. His teachers include Nadia Reisenberg, 
Arkady Aronov, and he coached with Yvonne Lefebure, Karl Ulrich Schnabel, 
Menahem Pressler, John Browning, and Andras SchifF. He won prizes at the 
Kapell, Senigallia and Awerbuch competitions, received the ArtsLink grant and 
held a fellowship from the American Pianists Association. 

Dmitry Rachmanov is a Steinway Artist. 



BYU School of Music 

Jazz Showcase 
28 September 2011 



de Jong Concert Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



Jazz Ensemble 

Tom Streeter, director 



Georgia On My Mind 



Hoagy Carmichael 
arr.John Clayton 



What Is a Woman 



Harvey Schmidt 
arr. Wes Hansel 



Ceiling Dogs 



Steve Wiest 



Jazz Voices 

Allen M. Matthews, director 



You're Making Me Crazy 



Gary and Rosana Eckert 
arr. Michele Weir 



There Will Never Be Another You 



Harry Warren 

Mark Gordon 

arr. Anders Jalkeus 



Chamego (Betty's Boss) 



Peter Eldridge 

Jack Donahue 

Darmon Meader 



If It Could Be 



Cathy Segal-Garcia 
arr. Michele Weir 



Basically Blues 



Phil Wilson 
arr. Sharon Broadley 



Jazz Legacy Dixieland Band 

Steve Call, director 



Bourbon Street Parade 



Paul Barbarin 



JaDa 



Bob Carlton 



Basin Street Blues 



Clarence Williams 
Spencer Williams 



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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Marsali Andrews 



Soprano 

in Junior Recital 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



Chris Udall 

Tenor 

in Junior Recital 

Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Music Education 

Students of Ruth Christensen 

Assisted by 

Conlan Miller, piano 

Rachael Gubler, oboe 



7:30 p.m. 

28 September 2012 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Bei Mannern, welche Liebe fuhlen, * + 
from Die Zauberflote 

Die Ehre Gottes aus der Natur + 



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
1756-1791 

Ludwig van Beethoven 

1770-1827 



Quia respexit, from Magnificat in D * 
Gia la notte s'awicina * 



Johannes Sebastian Bach 
1685-1750 

Isabella Colbran-Rossini 
1785-1845 



Dalla sua pace, from Don Giovanni + 



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 



Nuit d etoiles 



Beau soir* 



Claude Debussy 
1862-1918 



Einsamkeit, from Die Winterreise + 



Franz Schubert 
1797-1828 



INTERMISSION 



Zueignung * 
Das Veilchen * 



Richard Strauss 

1864-1949 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

1756-1791 



Look Down, Fair Moon + 
Le manoir de Rosemonde + 



Ned Rorem 

b. 1953 

Henri Duparc 

1848-1933 



Early in the Morning * 

When I Have Sung My Songs to You * 

What Kind of Fool Am I? + 

from Stop the World-I Want to Get Off 



Ned Rorem 

b. 1923 

Ernest Charles 

1895-1984 

Leslie Brucusse 

b. 1931 

Anthony Newley 

1931-1999 



Anything You Can Do, from Annie Get Your Gun * + 



Irving Berlin 
1888-1989 



Marsali Andrews 
Chris Udall + 



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your attendance and support. So everyone can enjoy this performance, we ask for your attention 
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BYU School of Music 

Instrumental Showcase de Jong Concert Hall 

29 September 201 1 Harris Fine Arts Center 



Symphonic Band 

Kirt Saville, conductor 



Hexagon John Fannin 

b. 1958 



Toccata Girolamo Frescobaldi 

1583-1644 
arr. Earl Slocum 



SLAVA! Leonard Bernstein 

1918-1990 
arr. Clare Grundman 



Wind Symphony 

Donald Peterson, conductor 



Overture to Colas Breugnon Dmitry Kabalevsky 

Transcribed by Donald Hunsberger 1904-1987 



Kingfishers Catch Fire John Mackey 

Following falls and falls of rain b. 1973 

Kingfishers catch fire 



Percussion Ensemble 

Ronald Brough, director 

Serenade for the Doll 



Claude Debussy 

1862-1918 

arr. Michael J. Britt 



Symphony Orchestra 

Christian Smith, conductor 



Three Dances from Gayaneh 
Dance of the Young Maidens 
Lullaby 
Sabre Dance 



Aram Khachaturian 
1903-1978 



BYU Philharmonic 

Kory Katseanes, conductor 

Dance of the Comedians, 
from The Bartered Bride 



Bedf ich Smetana 
1824-1884 



1812 Overture 



Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 
1840-1893 



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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Ceri Benson 

Organ 



in Graduate Recital 
Student of Don Cook 



Required for the Master of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



7:30 p.m. 

30 September 2011 
Cathedral of the Madeleine 
Salt Lake City, Utah 



PROGRAM 



Trio Sonata No. 2, C minor, BWV 526 Johann Sebastian Bach 

Vivace 1685-1750 

Largo 
Allegro 



Toccata Chromatica Ad Wammes 

b. 1953 



Symphony, op. 20, no. 2 Louis Vierne 

Allegro 1870-1937 

Choral 

Scherzo 

Cantabile 

Final 



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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Patricia Stroud 

Soprano 

Student of Lawrence Vincent 

Assisted by 

Camille Balleza, piano 

Kyle Harper 

Tenor 

Student of Ruth Christensen 

Assisted by 

Eric Noyes, piano 

in Sophomore Recital 

Required for the Bachelor of Music Education 

5:30 p.m. 
30 Sep 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Poor Wandering One, from Pirates of Penzance * 
Nicolette * 



Arthur Sullivan 

1842-1900 

Maurice Ravel 

1875-1937 



Cabin, from Blue Mountain Ballads ° 
^Corazon, porque pasais 



Paul Bowles 

1910-1999 

Fernando Obradors 

1897-1945 



Many a New Day, from Oklahoma! * 



Standchen 



Emilie Gardner, mezzo-soprano 
Shani Harper, alto 



Richard Rodgers 

1902-1979 

Hammerstein 

1825-1899 



Franz Schubert 
1797-1828 



Quel galant m'est comparable? from Cinq melodies popularies Grecques ° 
Vergebliches Standchen * ° 



Maurice Ravel 

1875-1937 

Johannes Brahms 

1875-1937 



At the Ball ° 

Ein Jiingling liebt ein Madchen, from Dichterliebe 



Pyotr Tchaikovsky 
1840-1893 

Robert Schumann 
1810-1856 



O Waly, Waly t 



John Rutter 
b. 1945 



INTERMISSION 



Adele s Laughing Song, from Die Fledermaus * 
Che faro senza Euridice, from Orfeo ° 



Johann Strauss Jr 

1825-1899 

C. W. von Gluck 

1714-1787 



Volta la terrea, from Un ballo in tnaschera * 
Feelings, from The Apple Tree * 



Giuseppe Verdi 
1813-1901 
Jerry Bock 
1928-2010 



Love Changes Everything, from Aspects of Love ° Andrew Lloyd Weber 

b. 1948 
3Aecb Xopomo (How Fair This Spot) , op. 21, no. 7 * Sergei Rachmaninoff 

1873-1943 



Fathers of Fathers, from Closer than Ever 



Justin Call, tenor 
Alex Vincent, bass 



Maltby and Shire 



Patricia Stroud 
Kyle Harper ° 
Small Group f 



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possible during the performance. 

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usually be performed without interruption. 

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do so. 

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In 1 966 Gerrit de Jong addressed the 
graduates of the College of Humanities and 
said, "And now I hand the torch to you. 
Be a living example, not just a theoretical 
advocate of enduring human values. Hold 
high the torch. Act, not just talk, as 
one who has discovered some of the best 
of man's thoughts and creations." 

This year's Homecoming theme challenges 
each of us to develop our God-given talents 
and divine nature to light the world around 
us. Ours is the opportunity and responsibili- 
ty to be torch-bearers of knowled ge, excel- 
lence, strength, and goodness in every walk 
of life. With the help of a BYU education, 
our collective torches will flood the 

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Invocation BYU Alumni Association 

Michael O'Connor, president-elect 
Thursday, October 6 

Christian M. Feinauer, president 
Friday, October 7 

Overture to Philharmonic 

The Bartered Bride Kory L. Katseanes, conductor 
Bedrich Smetana 

Don't Rain on My Parade Brian Stokes Mitchell 
from Funny Girl Philharmonic 

Bob Merrill and Jule Styne 

Paint Your Wagon Men's Chorus 
Frederick Loewe Philharmonic 
Alan Jay Lerner Brian Stokes Mitchell, soloist 
arr. Lyle Durland Rosalind Hall, conductor 

Megan Sanborn Jones, choreographer 

Gerrit de Jong Jr. Glenn Anderson, producer 
A True Renaissance Man 

Haven't Met You Yet Young Ambassadors 

Amy Foster Randall W. Boothe, director 

Michael Buble Ashley Haycock, choreographer 

Alan Chang Gabriel Lee, soloist 

1812 Overture Philharmonic 

Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky Men's ChorUS 



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Samoa: Living Legends 

Sasa and Lapa Lapa Janielle H. Christensen, director 

Hungarian Suite Folk Dance Ensemble 

Jeanette K. Geslison, director 
Men's Chorus 

Family Young Ambassadors 

We Are a Family Michelle Boothe, choreographer 

Tom Eyen and Henry Krieger Conlon Bonner, soloist 

Love You I Do Delaney Westfall, soloist 
Henry Krieger 

Stand by Me Brian Stokes Mitchell & Tim Cooper, soloists 
Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Ben King 

Gershwin Medley Brian Stokes Mitchell 

George Gershwin Philharmonic 

It Amazes Me Tedd Firth, piano 
Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh 

Make Them Hear You 
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The Impossible Dream Brian Stokes Mitchell 

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When Brian Stokes Mitchell won a Tony 
Award as best actor in a revival of Kiss 
Me, Kate, the New York Times dubbed him 
Broadway's "last leading man." He counts a seven-year 
stint on Trapper John, M.D. among his many television 
and movie credits. He performed with the Mormon 
Tabernacle Choir at its 2009 Christmas concert and 
again this summer for a July 24th celebration. 

And Mitchell will wrap his breathtaking baritone 
around the Marriott Center this evening when he head- 
lines BYU Spectacular in a show patterned after the 2011 
Homecoming theme, "Hold High the Torch." 

"Brian Stokes Mitchell is the ideal artist for this show," 
says Janielle H. Christensen, artistic director. "He is a 
man of great sophistication and elegance, and his vision 
is one of excellence. We are honoring Gerrit de Jong 
Jr. as our Founder this year, and he, too, was a man of 
sophistication, elegance, and excellence. It should be a 
lively, inspiring, wonderful show." 

"When 'Stokes' was on campus a year ago he taught a 
master class for our students anticipating performance 
careers," Christensen says. "He talked with such intel- 
ligence and sensibility about how a career should be 
fashioned. What particularly impressed me was his focus 
on balance and bringing light and truth to what you 
do. The students really resonated with him, and when 
he performed for them, they felt they were listening to 
more than an incredibly talented singer." 

Mitchell typically brings a sense of delight to his con- 
certs; his joie de vivre is a trademark. He took special 
pleasure earlier this year when he learned his rendition 
of "Through Heaven's Eyes" from the Dreamworks' film, 
The Prince of Egypt, was the wake-up call for the crew of 
the February 2011 space shuttle Discovery. 

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Thelma Bonham de Jong. 



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BYU is honoring Gerrit de Jong Jr. as its 2011 
founder during Homecoming this year, recogniz- 
ing a man whose commitment to scholarship 
made him a distinguished university educator and 
accomplished administrator for more than half a century. 

"Gerrit de Jong had a voracious hunger for learning, 
whatever the subject," says John C. Lewis, associate 
advancement vice president and executive director 
of Homecoming. "He was a true Renaissance man, 
immersing himself in science, linguistics, and the arts. 
As the consummate scholar, de Jong pursued a lifetime 
of learning that included an unwavering devotion to 
excellence." 

Because de Jong's interests spanned so many areas, it 
would be easy to suggest he followed the adage "Jack 
of all trades, master of none." But his colleague, John 
B. Harris, asserted that de Jong proved the old saying 
wrong, "for he is a master of many." 



As a youth in Amsterdam, de Jong studied drawing, and 
his work was exhibited in Vienna and other centers of 
culture throughout Europe. His grandfather would take 
him to the Rijksmuseum, where they studied many of the 
great masters. 

Well known as a musician, he studied organ under 
Mormon Tabernacle organist Tracy Y. Cannon, sang 
in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, directed a 42-piece 
orchestra, and led a male chorus — all prior to accept- 
ing an invitation to be BYU's first dean of the College 
of Fine Arts in 1925. During his 34 years as dean, he 
not only served as the college's administrator but also 
taught piano, languages, organ, aesthetics, phonetics, and 
religion. 

De Jong also distinguished himself in linguistics. "No 
one in our college would quarrel with the fact that Dean 
de Jong has demonstrated a rather staggering compre- 
hension, not only of a language, but of languages and of 
language itself," Harris said. 

At age 14 de Jong left Holland's educational system with 
proficiency in English, French, and German, going on to 
earn degrees in Spanish and French at the University of 
Utah and a PhD in German from Stanford University. 
Later he learned Chinese and Portuguese. 

In 1942 de Jong accompanied nine other linguists 
to Vermont for 10 weeks to learn Portuguese from 
Brazilians, and in 1947 the U.S. State Department asked 
de Jong to direct its cultural center in Santos, Brazil. 
Among his major publications was an anthology of 
Brazilian literature, and in 1972 Portuguese scholars 
worldwide honored him at a seminar at UCLA. To 
many, de Jong was known as "Mr. Portuguese."® 




Gerrit de Jong Jr, c. 1935 

L. Tom Perry Special Collections, 
Harold B. Lee Library, BYU 



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DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDS 




Nancy Lopez Jacobsen 

BS '83 

Edmond, Oklahoma 



Nancy Lopez Jacobsen, chair of the Department of 
Oral Implantology and professor at the University of 
Oklahoma College of Dentistry, considers herself primar- 
ily an educator. "I am, and always will be, a teacher. I teach 
in my community, at church, and in my profession. The 
desire to teach was initially instilled in me at BYU where 
professors exemplified characteristics of what it meant to 
be a real teacher and possessed a genuine love of learning." 

Jacobsen received her doctor of dental surgery and 
master's degree in prosthodontics at the University of 
Oklahoma. She maintained a private practice while work- 
ing part-time at her alma mater. 

Jacobsen's BYU education has set a high standard for her 
life. "While I was a student in Oklahoma," she says, "I was 
among professors and instructors who expected excellence 
from me, partly because they knew I was a graduate of 
BYU. Now that I am a professor, my colleagues, knowing 
my BYU background, continue to expect excellence." 




Harold R. Oaks 

BA '60, MA '62 

Orem, Utah 



Harold R. Oaks the former chair of BYU's Department 
of Theatre and Media Arts and former associate 
and acting dean of the College of Fine Arts and 
Communications, developed a specialty in children's 
theatre that took him to the top of his field both nation- 
ally and internationally. 

Having taught at four other universities, Oaks says it was 
wonderful to teach, research, and produce in a gospel 
environment at BYU. "To a great extent, BYU has not 
only influenced my life — but it was my life for 32 years. 
The excellent students in and outside my department have 
been a blessing." 

Among his many awards is the Honorary President's 
Award from the International Association of Theatre for 
Children and Young People. 

After retiring from BYU, Oaks and his wife Ima served 
several missions, and at the request of the Church, they 
developed a series of health-education puppet shows that 
have been used in more than two dozen countries around 
the world and translated into more than 16 languages. 



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Keith L. Thurgood 



BA 81 

Dallas, Texas 



Keith L. Thurgood, a major general with more than 
28 years in the U.S. Army, started his career of education 
and service at BYU. "The principles that I learned and 
observed as a BYU student continue to be guideposts 
now," he says. 

In the past decade Thurgood, has served two active duty 
tours. He is a former commanding general and CEO of 
the Army Air Force Exchange Service, and he was presi- 
dent and CEO of Overseas Military Sales Corporation. 
He was awarded the Defense Superior Service Medal, the 
Bronze Star, two Meritorious Service Medals, three Army 
Commendation Medals, and an Army Achievement 
Medal. 

"When I think of BYU," Thurgood says, "I think about 
three Ls: leadership, legacy, and lifetime of service. BYU is 
about developing competent leaders of character, courage, 
and faith who will make a difference right now in their 
families, communities, and the nation; leaders who will 
build on the legacy of service and sacrifice and leave a trail 
for others to follow." 



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Jonathon T. Tichy 

BA '98, MA '98, JD '03 

Sandy, Utah 



Jonathon T. Tichy credits the start of his international 
career to his education. "I was blessed to be taught and 
mentored by BYU professors and administrators who 
helped me catch the vision of one of the university's time- 
less mottoes: The World Is Our Campus," he says. 

He spent six years abroad as a political officer and analyst 
at the U.S. embassy in Prague, receiving the Meritorious 
Honor Medal from the U.S. State Department. In 2003 
Tichy founded the Wallace Toronto Foundation, which 
promotes goodwill and supports humanitarian projects in 
the Czech and Slovak Republics. He played a key role in 
securing 20,000 signatures required for the Church to gain 
full recognition in Slovakia. In May 2010 he was appointed 
Honorary Consul for the Czech Republic in Utah by the 
Czech Republic's Ambassador to the United States. 

"BYU is an institution unique in the world," Tichy says. "It 
is a place where academic and spiritual learning not only 
coexist but accentuate and even enrich each other." 



SERVICE TO FAMILY 




JaLynn Rasmussen 
Prince 

BA '72 

Potomac, Maryland 



JaLynn Rasmussen Prince has served her own family 
as well as families worldwide as founder, president, and 
CEO of Madison House. The foundation serves the needs 
of adults with autism and was named after her son who 
has autism. 

With Madison House, Prince works with "lawmakers, 
parents, and hundreds of friends with disabilities" to 
create and encourage sound public policy to support 
adults with autism. 

Prince earned a degree from BYU in visual and perform- 
ing arts. She has photographed people and cultures 
worldwide and is president of Times and Seasons, an arts 
management consulting firm. Prince has spent consider- 
able time raising money for children's hospitals, homeless 
shelters, and arts organizations. 

"As I have pursued education, family, passion, and 
professional callings," she says, "doors have opened wide 
and I have been privileged to meet and work with people 
around the world." 



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HONORARY ALUMNI AWARD 




Ira & Mary Lou Fulton 

Chandler, Arizona 



Ira and Mary Lou Fulton have a long history of phi- 
lanthropy, especially to BYU. "I want to make a difference,' 
Fulton says. "That's why I'm so involved. Mary Lou and I 
see the value of education. When we can participate with 
these great students and their great professors and help 
them achieve their goals — that personally excites us." 

Ira attended Arizona State University, where he met and 
married Mary Lou Henson. In 1976, he bought Eagleson's 
Big and Tall men's clothiers in Southern California and 
over two decades expanded from two to 33 stores. During 
this time, he also founded Fulton Homes, which grew to 
become one of the largest builders in Arizona. 

Businessweek magazine ranked Ira as the no. 42 philanthro- 
pist in the United States. 

The Fultons' contributions to BYU have helped fund the 
Fulton Supercomputing Lab, four academic chairs, the 
Center for Animation, the Joseph F. Smith Building, 
athletic facilities, the Hinckley Center, and the Ira A. 
Fulton College of Engineering and Technology. 



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M. David Merrill 

DAVID O. MCKAY 
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 
BS '6l 

St. George, Utah 



M. David Merrill earned a degree from BYU in 
secondary instruction, and after receiving a PhD from the 
University of Illinois, he taught at the George Peabody 
College for Teachers. Merrill served on the BYU faculty 
from 1966 to 1979. 

Merrill helped found the Department of Instructional 
Psychology and Technology and the forerunner of the 
David O. McKay Institute. He was the first chair of this 
department and director of the institute. Since leaving 
BYU, Merrill taught at many other universities, including 
University of Southern California, Utah State University, 
BYU-Hawaii, Florida State University, and University of 
Hawaii. He also served on several summer faculties. 

He considers the TICCIT computer assisted instruction 
system, elaboration theory, and component display theory 
his major professional contributions. All were cited as 
major contributions in instructional psychology. His recent 
work on first principles of instruction is a widely used 
model for instructional design. Additionally, Merrill enjoys 
owning, building and operating a miniature railroad — the 
Ascape Tennsion and Sulphur Gulch RR. 




Thomas R. Warne 

IRA A. FULTON COLLEGE OF 
ENGINEERING AND 
TECHNOLOGY 
BS'79 

South Jordan, Utah 



Thomas R. Warne has remained involved with his alma 
mater as a member of the BYU Civil and Environmental 
Engineering Scholarship Society and has supported and 
participated in the society's biennial Lifelong Learning 
Conference. 

Warne, who also received a master's degree from Arizona 
State University, is known in the industry for his work on 
large and complex projects and programs. In addition, his 
knowledge of national policy issues as well as state and 
local concerns, allows him to provide insights and advice to 
his clients across the country. 

From 1995 to 2001, Warne was executive director of the 
Utah Department of Transportation. He was responsible 
for the $1.59 billion I-15 reconstruction project, which has 
become the benchmark for large highway construction 
projects. The project was completed three months ahead of 
schedule and more than $30 million under budget. 

Warne is a former officer in the U.S. Army and is the 
president of Tom Warne and Associates. 



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Don H. Staheli 

COLLEGE OF FAMILY, HOME 
AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 
BA '74, MSW'85 

Bountiful, Utah 



As the personal secretary of President Gordon B. Hinckley, 
assistant secretary to the First Presidency, and as secretary 
for the Quorum of the Twelve, Don H. Staheli has 
traveled more than one million miles, visited 80 countries, 
and attended 72 temple dedications. Additionally, he has 
been a writer for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir broadcast 
of Music and the Spoken Word. 

Staheli was a Distinguished Military Graduate from 
BYU's AFROTC program, and was a captain for the U.S. 
Air Force Intelligence Service, private pilot, a clinical 
social worker, a seminary teacher, best-selling author of 
four books, lyricist for three published songs, and has been 
a popular speaker for the Deseret Book "Time Out for 
Women" series. 

In 2001, the writer received the Association of Mormon 
Letters Award for Children's Literature and the 
Independent LDS Booksellers award for Outstanding 
Book-Youth 8c Children's for The Story of the Walnut Tree. 

He returned to Utah this summer after serving as mission 
president in the France Paris Mission. 




David T. Warner 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND 

COMMUNICATIONS 

BA '93, PHD '03 

Provo, Utah 



David T. Warner was a BYU faculty member before 
becoming director of the Music and Cultural Arts Division 
and chairman of the General Music Committee of The 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 

Warner has served as artistic director of Boise Opera and 
was a founding director of the Film Actors Theatre of Los 
Angeles. He is known for a collaborative artistic approach 
that unites performers and audiences around spiritual 
themes. Beginning with BYU's award-winning television 
special, A Thanksgiving of American Folk Hymns, Warner 
has continued to write, direct, and contribute to programs 
featured nationally on PBS. 

Warner's work is published internationally by Oxford 
University Press and can be heard on the Deutsche 
Grammaphone, Telarc, Tantara, and Tabernacle Choir 
labels. 

He received a Foundation for Advancement in the 
Arts award and was a Presidential Scholar in the Arts, 
White House. Warner serves as managing director of 
the Priesthood Department of the Church and is a stake 
president in Provo. 



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Lew W. Cramer 

college of humanities 
ba'73,jd'76 

Salt Lake City, Utah 



Lew W. Cramer created World Trade Center Utah, an 
organization designed to help Utah companies expand into 
profitable global markets. Under his leadership as president 
and CEO, the group helped Utah become the only state in 
the nation to double its exports in the past five years. 

During President Ronald Reagan's administration, Cramer 
ran the president's Export Now program, which was 
designed to build a globally minded nation. He helped 
reward the fall of communism by assisting in the deploy- 
ment of the first cellular phone systems in the former 
Soviet Union. 

Among many past positions, Cramer founded a 
Washington, D.C., international consulting firm, was vice 
president of U.S. West International, and served as U.S. 
assistant secretary of commerce. 

He is a distinguished alumnus of the J. Reuben Clark 
Law School, and served as the international chair of the 
J. Rueben Clark Law Society. Additionally, Cramer has 
been on the BYU Alumni board and president of the BYU 
Management Society, Washington, D.C., chapter. 




Elder Steven E. Snow 

J. REUBEN CLARK 
LAW SCHOOL 

JD >7 

Salt Lake City, Utah 



Elder Steven E. Snow was called to serve as a member 
of the First Quorum of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter-day Saints in March 2001. He serves in 
the Presidency of the Seventy and has supervisory respon- 
sibility for the Utah Area. 

He previously served as executive director of the 
Priesthood Department and as president of the Africa 
Southeast Area of the Church. Prior to his call to serve as 
a full-time General Authority of the Church, Elder Snow 
was a senior partner in the Utah law firm of Snow Nuffer. 

Elder Snow has been actively involved in the support of 
education, having served as a member and president of 
his local school board, chair of the Utah State Board of 
Regents, and chair of the Western States Commission of 
Higher Education. 

He has also been active in conservation work and has 
served as the chair of Grand Canyon Trust, a regional 
environmental organization. 



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David P. Mindell 

COLLEGE OF LIFE SCIENCES 
PHD '85 

San Francisco, California 



David P. Mindell has spent his professional career 
determining the genealogical relationships among species 
of birds and other vertebrates by using DNA and other 
molecular data. He also elucidates time estimates for 
evolutionary branching points within the tree of life for 
vertebrates. Additionally, he studies genetic diversity and 
conservation needs for little-known bird species through- 
out the world. 

For more than 20 years, Mindell has taught biology and 
evolution courses at the university level, and his 2006 
book, The Evolving World, written for the popular audience, 
received the Independent Publisher's Gold Medal. 

His primary administrative accomplishments have been in 
serving as director of the University of Michigan Museum 
of Zoology from 2002 to 2005 and as dean of science at 
the California Academy of Sciences from 2008 through 
April 2011. 

Mindell is developing a public exhibit on the value of 
biological diversity for human health and well-being, as a 
collaborative effort for the California Academy of Sciences 
in San Francisco and the Smithsonian Institution in 
Washington, D.C. 




EricM.Varvel 

MARRIOTT SCHOOL OF 
MANAGEMENT 

BS '87 

Greenwich, Connecticut 



For more than 20 years, Eric M. Varvel has worked for 
Credit Suisse in Asia, Europe, and the U.S. 

His current role is chief executive officer of the Global 
Investment Bank of Credit Suisse, and he serves on the 
executive board of Credit Suisse Group and Credit Suisse, 
based in New York. Additionally, he is chair of the manage- 
ment committee of the investment bank. 

During his career with Credit Suisse, Varvel has also been 
its CEO of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, based in 
London, its co-head of the Global Investment Banking 
Department and head of the Global Markets Solution 
Group, based in New York. He also spent more than 15 
years in the Asia Pacific region in a variety of senior roles in 
Tokyo, Jakarta, and Singapore. Before joining Credit Suisse 
in 1990, he worked as an analyst for Morgan Stanley in its 
investment banking department in New York and Tokyo. 



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Debra F. Hobbins 

COLLEGE OF NURSING 

as '74 

Salt Lake City, Utah 



For nearly 40 years, Debra F. Hobbins has worked in 
many areas of health care, ranging from intensive care, 
labor and delivery, veterans' health, and ambulatory care. 

In addition to her positions treating chronic pain at 
Omega Interventional Pain, and addiction at Tranquility 
Place, she is executive research scientist at Lifetree Clinical 
Research, all in Salt Lake City. 

In 1999 she received the national Pfizer/ American 
Academy of Nurse Practitioners Nurse Practitioner of the 
Year award. She has served as president of the Association 
of Women's Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses and 
was elected to the ANA Congress on Nursing Practice 
and Economics. For several years she was a lobbyist for the 
Utah Nurses Association. 

In addition to her degree at BYU, Hobbins earned a bach- 
elor's degree at California State University Long Beach, a 
master's degree at California State Dominguez Hills, and 
a doctorate from the University of Utah. She has taught at 
BYU and the University of Utah. 




Michael D. Bahr 

COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL AND 
MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES 

BS '85, MS '87 

North Bethesda, Maryland 



Michael D. Bahr is the president of Coventry Health 
and Life Company and the executive vice president for 
Coventry Health Care, Inc. Prior to that role, Michael 
was the CEO for Altius Health Plans and before that vice 
president and chief actuary for IHC Health Plans. 

Bahr received his statistics degrees with an emphasis 
on actuarial science. He is a member of the American 
Academy of Actuaries and the Society of Actuaries and 
has co-written publications in the Journal of Risk and 
Insurance and the Proceedings of American Statistical 
Association. 

On many occasions Bahr has presented at Society of 
Actuaries' meetings and been appointed to health commit- 
tees and boards by Utah's governors and insurance com- 
missioners to assist with issues ranging from health cost, 
health reform, access to care, and improving competition. 
Recently, he has been meeting and providing feedback 
to Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C., on 
exchange and portal operations under health care reform. 



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Producer Michael G. Handley 

Artistic Director Janielle H. Christensen 

Production Manager Russell D. Richins 

Scenic Design Michael G. Handley, Russell D. Richins 

Lighting Design Michael G. Handley 

Sound Design Bart D. Schaerrer 

Technical Director Frank G. Weight 

Artist Liaison Jeffrey Q. Martin 

Production Stage Manager Jennifer M. Reed 

Additional Costumes Mary Jane Wadley 

Assistant Lighting Designer Marianne S. Ohran 

Folk Dance Ensemble Jeanette K. Geslison 

Living Legends Janielle H. Christensen 

Mens Chorus Rosalind R. Hall 

Philharmonic Kory L. Katseanes 

Young Ambassadors Randall W. Boothe 

BYU Alumni Association Linda Palmer, managing director 

College of Fine Arts Stephen M. Jones, dean 
and Communications 

Department of Dance Marilyn W. Berrett, chair 

School of Music Kory L. Katseanes, director 

BYU Broadcasting Derek A. Marquis, James P. Bell, 
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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Guest Artist 



Matthew Coley, 
percussion & dulcimer 



7:30 p.m. 
12 October 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Micro -Concerto for Percussionist and Mixed Quintet Steven Mackey 

Chords and Fangled Drumset 
Interlude No. 1 — Vibes Solo 
Click, Oak, Clank 

Interlude No. 2 — Marimba and Cello 
Tune in Seven 

Amber Seeley, flutes; Sarah Dickson, clarinets-, 

Janessa Swensen, piano; Sini-Tuulia Vineyard, violin; 

Robert Willes, cello 



INTERMISSION 



Glitz Bjorn Berkhout 

CD playback; John Kilzilarmut, vibraphone and glockenspiel; 
Dan Krumm, marimba 



Litany for John Cage Neil Thornock 



Adgaio sostenuto from Ludwig van Beethoven 

Sonata no. 14, "Moonlight" 1770-1827 

arr. Bjorn Berkhout 



Fugue Odyssey Dolores White 



Dulci Neil Thornock 



MEET THE PERFORMER 



Somewhere along the way, Matthew Coley has found himself 
uncovering the secrets to being a kinetic sound artist. With a keen sense 
for turning movement energy into sound or creative energy, Matthew 
was not only able to have a professional modern dance career in Chicago 
bringing him to perform alongside the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 
at the Harris Theatre for Music and Dance, and in an Olympic-sized 
drained swimming pool, but he has also been successful at entertaining 
audiences performing on any percussion instrument. As a kinetic sound 
artist, he has won marimba competitions, published compositions, 
performed multi-percussion concertos, been featured as a cimbalom and 
dulcimer artist, and soloed as a glass percussionist. 

Matthew performs regularly as a soloist throughout the US and Europe, 
and has performed with such entities as the Cedar Valley Chamber 
Music Festival, San Francisco Sinfonietta, Millennium Chamber Players, 
Moldavian Philharmonic and Tele-Radio Orchestras, and Kurpfalzisches 
Kammer or chester Mannheim. He has also been featured three times on 
Chicago's WFMT classical radio station and in a feature article in Time 
Out Chicago Magazine. 

Matthew is frequently presenting concerts and master classes at 
universities, and has visited universities and other institutions in more 
than 15 states, as well as Denmark, Germany, Moldova, and Sweden. 
Matthew also released a solo marimba album in 2010 entitled Circularity 
that has already received very positive and bountiful praise. Jason Baker 
wrote, "I found this CD to be one of the most enjoyable marimba 
recordings in recent memory due to its exciting repertoire, world-class 
performing, and extremely high production quality," in Percussive Notes, 
September 2011. 

Matthew is very passionate about the symbiosis of dance and music 
and has collaborated with Co'Motion Dance Theatre, Thodos Dance 
Chicago, and Dance in the Parks. In 2004 he began his own collaborative 
group called SONIC INERTIA, which is a forum for the synthesis of 
dance, live music, and electronic media. This work has spawned his 



largest collaboration called "CLEARLY/' which is a multi-media dance, 
music, video, and design installation inspired by all glass percussion 
instruments. 

In addition to marimba and percussion, Matthew spends much of 
his musical time performing on dulcimer and cimbalom. To this 
effect, much of Matthew s work has been committed to expanding the 
contemporary repertoire for the dulcimer and percussion, and he has 
commissioned and premiered over 25 marimba, percussion, or dulcimer 
works. Additionally, Matthew has premiered concertos by Bjorn 
Berkhout, Lynn Glassock, Ghenadie Ciobanu, Marcin Blazewicz, and 
Andrew Ardizzoia. 

In 2008 Matthew placed in the top three at the prestigious 5th World 
Marimba Competition Stuttgart, and is the first American to ever place 
in this competition. In 2005 he placed 3rd in the Minnesota Orchestra 
Young Artist Competition, and in 2000 won 1st in the Music Teachers 
National Association Solo Percussion Competition and the Percussive 
Arts Society International Marimba Concerto Competition. He has 
received numerous other awards throughout his career, as well as grant 
awards from the City of Chicago Cultural Arts Assistance Program, 
Illinois Arts Council, and Iowa Arts Council. 

Matthew is currently professor of percussion at Iowa State University, 
and holds degrees from Northwestern University and the University of 
North Texas. He is endorsed by Marimba One, Innovative Percussion, 
and Sabian Cymbals, and published by Innovative Percussion and 
Edition Svitzer. He can be found on the web at www.hearmatthewcoley. 
com. 



_• This musical event is the twelfth performance sponsored by the 
BYU^*^' BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES 
OFFICE OF GENERAL EDUCATION 
present 



Guest Artist 



LatifBolat 



A Night of Turkish Sufi 
Mystic Music 



7:30 p.m. 
13 October 20 11 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 




The artist will announce this evening s musical selections from the stage. 



Latif Bolat plays Turkish folk Music and 
devotional Sufi songs which are called Ilahi and 
Nefes, from the Anatolian peninsula. The lyrics of 
Ilahis or Nefeses are taken largely from the great 
mystic poets Yunus Emre, Niyazi Misri, and many 
other ancient troubadours of Turkey. The program 
also includes sacred ballads composed by Latif 
Bolat. Throughout the program, devotional poetry 
will be recited from 13th-century Sufi poets Yunus 

Emre and Rumi, and images of Turkish people and scenery will be 

reflected on a screen. 

One of the most well-known Turkish musicians in the US, Bolat 
possesses a vast repertoire, ranging from Sufi devotional songs and 
Turkish folk music to classical pieces. His mesmerizing performances 
draw on ancient texts and employ traditional instrumentation such as 
the baglama (long necked lute), and he is often accompanied by other 
Turkish traditional instruments such as oud, bendir and ney flute. Now 
residing in New Mexico and Turkey, Mr.Bolat has presented his music 
all across America, Canada, India, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, 
Singapore, Bulgaria, Turkey, Philippines, England, and many other 
international locations. In addition to his Carnegie Hall concerts and 
lectures, he has recorded four very successful CDs, made many TV 
and radio appearances and composed music for the PBS Documentary 
Mohammed: Legacy of a Prophet and George Lucas's TV series Young 
Indiana Jones. He is also the co-author of a Turkish Sufi poetry book 
titled Quarreling with God which is published by White Cloud Books. 



> This musical event is the twenty-first performance sponsored by 
BYU^M the BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Orpheus Winds 



April Clayton ; flute 
Geralyn Giovannetti, oboe 
Jaren Hinckley, clarinet 
Laurence Lowe, horn 
Christian Smith, bassoon 



7:30 p.m. 
14 October 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Two Miniatures for Wind Quintet 
from Norfolk 
from Devon 



Gilbert Vinter 
1909-1969 



Cinq Danses Profanes et Sacrees 
Danse Agreste (Country Dance) 
Danse Profane 
Danse Sacree 

Danse Nuptiale (Wedding Dance) 
Danse Guerriere (War Dance) 



Henri Tomasi 
1901-1971 



INTERMISSION 



Quintet 

Allegro con spirito 
Andante con moto 
Tranquillo — Allegro assai 



Samuel Zyman 
b. 1956 



> ^ This musical event is the thirteenth performance sponsored by 

BYU^^ the BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Faculty Artist Recital 



Garrick Woods, cello 



with 

Alexander Woods, violin 
and Guest Artist 
Rex Woods, piano 



7:30 p.m. 
19 October 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Suite per Violoncello ( 1 926) Gaspar Cassado 

Preludio— Fantasia 1897-1966 

Sardana (Danza) 
Intermezzo e danza finale 

Garrick Woods, cello 



Sonata for Cello and Piano in D Minor (1915) Claude Debussy 

Prologue 1862-1918 

Serenade 
Final 

Garrick Woods, cello; Rex Woods, piano 



INTERMISSION 



Sonate pour Violon et Violoncelle (1922) Maurice Ravel 

Allegro 1875-1937 

Tres vif 
Lent 
Vif, avec entrain 

Garrick Woods, cello-, Alexander Woods, violin 



s ^ This musical event is the eighteenth performance sponsored by 

BYU^W ^e BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



OcTUBAfest 



John Mueller, Steve Call, 
Dan Bryce in Joint Recital 

Thursday, October 20, 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 

Utah Premiere Brass 

John Mueller, euphonium 
Friday, October 21, 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 

Grand OcTUBAfest Concert 

Saturday, October 22, 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 



Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



Steve Call & John Mueller Joint Recital 

John Mueller ; euphonium 

Steve Call ; tuba 

Dan Bryce; tuba 

Robin Hancock; piano 

Thursday, October 20 ; 7:30 p.m. 



Suite No. 1 for Tuba and Piano (Effie) Alec Wilder 

Effie Takes a Dancing Lesson 1907-1980 

Effie Sings a Lullaby 
Effie Goes Folk Dancing 
Effie Chases a Monkey 
Effie Falls in Love 
Effie Joins the Carnival 

Steve Call; tuba 



Teutonic Tales Robert W. Smith 

Demon Dance b. 1958 



Freya 

Thor's Hammer 



Dan Bryce; tuba 



Trios Anna Baadsvik 

On a little white cloud b. 1 966 

White field blues 
Cat affairs 

John Mueller, euphonium 
Steve Call; tuba 



INTERMISSION 



Morceau de Concours Eduard Barat 

1882-1963 



Allerseelen Richard Strauss 

1864-1949 



Fantasia di Concerto Eduardo Boccalari 

John Mueller, euphonium 



Utah Premiere Brass with John Mueller 

Utah Premiere Brass 

Kirt Saville, conductor 

John Mueller, euphonium 

Steve Call; euphonium 

Friday, October 21, 7:30 p.m. 



Olympic Fanfare 



John Williams 

b. 1932 

arr. Darrol Barry 



Pastorale 



GofF Richards 
1945-2011 



First Suite in E-flat for Military Band 
Chaconne 
Intermezzo 

March 



Gustav Hoist 

1874-1934 

arr. Sydney Herbert 



Pantomime 



John Mueller, euphonium 



Deep Inside the Sacred Temple 



John Mueller and Steve Call, euphoniums 



Philip Sparke 
b. 1951 



Georges Bizet 
1838-1947 



INTERMISSION 



Them Basses 



Getty Herschel Huffine 
1889-1947 



Autumn Leaves 



Joseph Kosma 

1905-1969 

arr. Eric Banks 



Aubade 



Philip Sparke 



Eventide 



M. Lowrie HofFord 

1825-1888 

arr. Matthew Reynolds 



A Disney Fantasy 



Richard M. Sherman 

b. 1928 

Robert B. Sherman 

b. 1925 

Fanny Fain 

Bob Hilliard 

1918-1971 

Terry Gilkyson 

1916-1999 

arr. G off Richards 






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Utah Premiere Brass 
Grand OcTUBAfest Concert 

BYU Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble 

Steve Call ; director 
BYU Tuba-Euphonium Quartet 
Saturday, October 22, 7:30 p.m. 



Quartet for Brass Wilhelm Ramsoe 

Scherzo 1837-1895 

Andante quasi allegretto 
Allegro molto 

BYU Tuba-Euphonium Quartet 



Badinerie and Rondeau Johann Sebastian Bach 

1685-1750 
arr. Mark McDunn 



Londonderry Air Traditional 

arr. James Garrett 



Exhibitions David Uber 

b. 1921 
John Mueller, euphonium 
BYU Tuba-Euphonium Quartet 



INTERMISSION 



Fantasia in F minor 



Georg Philipp Telemann 
1681-1767 



John Mueller, euphonium 



Homenaje A Los 33 



Todd Kitchen 
b. 1987 



Steve Call, euphonium 
Other sounds prepared by Todd Kitchen 



The Lost Chord 



Dance 



Theme from The Pink Panther 



Star Wars Medley 



BYU Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble 



Sir Arthur Sullivan 

1842-1900 

an*. Cummings 

John Stevens 
b. 1951 

Henry Mancini 
1924-1994 

John Williams 

b. 1932 

arr. Emily Lawlor 



American Favorites 

Music for International Tuba Day 

The Wabash Cannonball 



arr. Roger Vaughan 

arr. Sy Brandon 

Roy AcufF 

1903-1992 

arr. James Garrett 



Grand OcTUBAfest Ensemble 



MEET THE ARTIST 



Dr. John Mueller is associate profes- 
sor of trombone and euphonium and 
assistant director of Student Services at 
The Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music. 
He is trombonist with the Memphis 
Brass Quintet and The Birth of the Cool 
faculty jazz ensemble. He joined the 
faculty at the University of Memphis in 
2001 after a 21 -year career with the U.S. 
Army Band in Washington, D.C., where 
he was euphonium section leader and 
soloist. Dr. Mueller has performed on 
both trombone and euphonium with 
the National Symphony Orchestra, the 
Memphis Symphony Orchestra, the 
Kennedy Center Opera House Orches- 
tra, the Jazz Orchestra of the Delta, and 
the Kennedy Center Theatre Chamber Players. As a soloist, clinician, and 
adjudicator, he has appeared throughout the U.S., Japan, Australia, and Europe. 
Dr. Mueller earned his BM in music education from the University of Illinois 
at Urbana- Champaign, and his MM and DM in trombone performance from 
The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. In 1999 he released 
his debut solo recording, Euphonic Sounds. Dr. Mueller has served on the 
faculty of The Catholic University of America and the executive committee of 
the International Tuba Euphonium Association (formerly T.U.B.A.). He is a 
Meinl-Weston artist/ clinician. Dr. Mueller s principal teachers include Milton 
Stevens, Robert Gray, Daniel Perantoni, and Brian Bowman. 




___, This musical event is the thirty-first performance sponsored by 
BYU^M^ the BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BYU School of Music 

Symphony Orchestra de Jong Concert Hall 

25 October 201 1 Harris Fine Arts Center 



Symphony Orchestra 

Christian Smith, conductor 



Symphony No. 25 in G Minor, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
K. 183 1756-1791 

Allegro con brio 

Andante 

Menuetto 

Allegro 



Three Dances from Gayaneh Aram Khachaturian 

Dance of the Young Maidens 1903-1978 

Lullaby 
Sabre Dance 



Intermission 



Symphony No. 2, op. 30, "Romantic" Howard Hanson 

Adagio— Allegro moderato 1896-1981 

Andante con tenerezza 
Allegro con brio 



Symphony Orchestra 

Christian Smith, conductor 



Violin I 

Rachael Gehmlich* 
Kathryn Moore 
Erin Eves 
Aimee Curtis 
Nicole Pehrson 
Christoffer Devantier 
DaNece Lyman 
Natalie Haines 
Heather Schramm 
Coleman Madsen 
Taylor Kraus 
Sarah Allred 
Tracy Tiu 
Marissa Barth 

Violin II 

George Major* 
Rachel Maxwell 
MarleeWhetten 
Josh Winder 
Jarom Redhair 
Paige Montgomery 
Heather Johnson 
Kayley Brooks 
Cherise Turley 
Adrienne Steinhorst 
Joy Laudie 
Kami Slezak 
Laura Molnar 
LexyDalton 



Viola 

Jonathan Schroeder* 
Alysha Carroll 
Sierra Reed 
Koa Fisher 
Ma tea Trevino 

Cello 

Jonny Martin* 
Devin Jackson 
Pono Santos 
Steven Staples 
Shelby Nelson 
Paul Woodward 
Hannah Lambert 
Marcos Escalona 
Alexandra Bennett 

Bass 

Anisha Hill* 
Cameron Mayo 
Nathan Collins 
Jacob Ankney 
Shelby Hornback 

Harp 

Kathryn Grahman 

Celeste 

Michelle Papenfuss 



Flute 

Melissa Stapleton 
Karissa Galbraith 

Piccolo 

Elizabeth Blomquist 

Oboe 

Charlotte Heiner* 
Sarah Sokolowski* 
Kristin Groner 

English Horn 

Sarah Sokolowski 

Clarinet 

Jarom Coleman* 
Laurisa Christofferson 

Bass Clarinet 

Rebecca Blake 

Bassoon 

Rachael Nelson* 
Katie Christiansen 

Contra Bassoon 

Chelsea Davis 



Horn 

Isabel Richmond* 
Emilia Williams 
Spencer Allen 
Gavin Gordon 

Trumpet 

Bryce Call* 
Lucas Jones 
Ryan Chapman 

Trombone 

Daniel Stolworthy* 
Malika Johnson 
Jason Christensen 

Tuba 

Skylar DeWeese 

Percussion 

Josh Eastman 
Jessica Ellis 
Shannon Haynie 
Christina Hurlbut 
Jesse Quebbeman- 
Turley* 



* principal 



This musical event is the twentieth performance sponsored by the 
RYIX^^ * BYU Scn ° o1 of Music for tne 201 1-2012 season. 

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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Kurt Hansen 

Piano 



in Recital 

Student of Scott Holden 



7:30 p.m. 
27 Oct 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Variations in A major Ludwig van Beethoven 

on a theme by Wranitzky, "Das Waldmachen" (WoO 71) 1770-1827 



Andante Favori (WoO 57) 



Rondo a capriccio, "Rage over a lost penny," op. 129 



Variations on "Rule Britannia" (WoO 79) 
Variations on "God Save the King" (WoO 78) 



Bagatelles, op. 126 
Andante con moto 
Allegro 
Andante 
Presto 

Quasi allegretto 
Presto; Andante amabile e con moto 



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B ¥ U#"2^ BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Faculty Artist 



Scott Holden, piano 



7:30 p.m. 
28 October 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Lacrimosa, from Requiem 



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

1756-1791 

arr. Franz Liszt 



Sonata in C Major, Hob. XVI: 48 
Andante con espressione 
Presto 



Joseph Haydn 
1732-1809 



Morgen!, op. 27, no. 4 
Wiegenlied, op. 41, no. 1 



Richard Strauss 

1864-1949 

arr. Scott Holden 



from Parisian Suite 
A Morning Stroll 
Flowers in the Place Madeleine 
Fisherman on the Seine 
An Old Boulevardier 



Vernon Duke 
1903-1969 



Sonata in B Minor, S. 178 



Franz Liszt 
1811-1886 



BYU^ 



This musical event is the twenty-fourth performance sponsored 
by the BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BYU School of Music 

Wind Symphony 
29 October 2011 



de Jong Concert Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



Wind Symphony 

Donald Peterson, conductor 



Cityscape 



Scott Boerma 
b. 1964 



Hymn to a Blue Hour 



John Mackey 
b. 1973 



March Militaire Francaise, 
from Suite Algerienne 
Transcribed by Mark H. Hindsley 



Camille Saint-Saens 
1835-1921 



Rolling Thunder March 



Henry Fillmore 
1881-1956 



Intermission 



Overture to Colas Breugnon 
Transcribed by Donald Hunsberger 



Dmitry Kabalevsky 
1904-1987 



Hunting tower Ballad for Band 



Ottorino Respighi 
1879-1936 



Kingfishers Catch Fire 

Following falls and falls of rain 
Kingfishers catch fire 



John Mackey 



Wind Symphony 

Donald Peterson, conductor 



Flute 


Bassoon 


Euphonium 


Adrienne Read* 


Lisa Love* 


Tamra Palmer* 


KelseyBallif 


Chelsea Davis 


Todd Kitchen 


Chelsea Chen 








Alto Saxophone 


Tuba 


Piccolo 


JoryWoodis* 


David King* 


Lyndsay Wygant 


Jeremy Ryan 


Jacob Bahr 


Oboe 


Tenor Saxophone 


Percussion 


Jessie Fullmer* 


Scott Gibson 


Nate Haines* 


Rachel Gubler 




Jordan Nuttall 




Baritone Saxophone 


Anna Dunford 


English Horn 

Rachel Gubler 


Myles Lawrence 


David Williams 
Spencer Frohm 


E-flat Clarinet 


Horn 

Corinne Cook* 


String Bass 

Anisha Hill 


Laurisa Christofferson 


Christian Mealey 




Jimmy Hepworth 




f larinpt 


Brianna Nay 


Piano 


v. la l ll IC I 


Daniel Leavitt 


Bohee Kim 


Sarah Dickson* 






Rebecca Blake 






Laurisa Christofferson 


Trumpet 


Harp 


Catelyn Gentry 


Spencer Wallin* 


Caroline Hales 


Josh Tsai 


Josh Coffey 




Alex Crowley 


NoelleReid 




Nathan Tolman 


Ali Atkinson 




Tyler HiU 


Jessica White 




Nathaniel Gates 


Kris Anderson 
Charlie Carr** 




Bass Clarinet 


BryceCall** 


"principal 


Derek Crane* 


Trombone 


**antiphonal trumpet for 


Jessica Burgener 


Daniel Burt* 


Kingfishers Catch Fire 


Contrabass Clarinet 


Jill Reisner 
Michael Skidmore 




Tucker Smith 


Bass Trombone 

Gerardo Garza-Garcia 





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BYU^^ BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BYU School of Music 





Chamber Orchestra, China 



Synthesis, Denmark 



The World Is Our Stage 



Fall 2011 

Harris Fine Arts Center 

Brigham Young University 



Greetings 



BYU music lovers! 




MUSIC 



Once again it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to 
the de Jong Concert Hall. The concerts this fall promise 
to be magnificent, continuing the legacy of great music 
emanating from the BYU School of Music. Each year there 
are approximately 150 concerts and recitals in the Harris Fine 
Arts Center. That's a lot of notes — and a lot of work from our 
wonderful students and faculty. 

You probably already know that what you experience in the 
concert halls is just a portion of the music generated from 
within the walls of our practice rooms and studios. Through 
BYU s touring office, Performing Arts Management, campus 
SCHOOL OF concerts spread outward to the world every year. The photos 
on the front cover are representative of the tremendous 
international influence touring ensembles from the School 
have across the globe. Surely no other university has the 
expansive commitment to touring and performing that our 
students experience. The world truly is our stage, and the 
artistic experience and the cultural exposure, both from the 
perspective of our student performers, as well as from audiences 
who attend, is something that makes a music education at BYU 
remarkable. 

Whether in Asia, Europe, or South Africa there are truly 
two parts to every concert. The stage line divides the two 
indispensable elements — the musicians on one side, and 
you on the other. It would be a very incomplete performance 
if either were missing. Thank you for completing tonight s 
concert experience. We are grateful for your attendance and 
your continued patronage, and wish you an evening of delights, 
surprises, and elevation. 

Cheers, 

Kory Katseanes, Director 
BYU School of Music 
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BYU School of Music 

Women's Chorus 
Men's Chorus 



28-29 October 2011 
de Jong Concert Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



Women's Chorus 

Jean Applonie, conductor 

Mariah Wilson, assistant conductor 

Halie Augustus, accompanist 



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Awakening 

Awake My Heart to Sing 



Mark Patterson 
1901-1956 



Mariah Wilson, conductor 



Two Latin Settings, Old and New 

Benedictus Luigi Boccherini 

From Concerto for Cello and 1743-1805 

Orchestra, No. 9 in B-flat Major arr. Robert Sieving 

Mariah Wilson, conductor 
Kristen Hyde, cello 

Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini 
Hosanna in excelsis. 

Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord 
Hosanna in the highest. 



Ave Maria 



Michael Head 
1900-1976 



Songs of Jesus 

Eatnemen Vuelie (Fairest Lord Jesus) Frode Fjellheim 

b. 1959 

Beth Sawyer, timpani; Telisha Pantelakis, frame drum 



Jesus Once of Humble Birth Giacomo Meyerbeer 

1791-1864 
arr. Christopher Downard 



I Want Jesus to Walk with Me Traditional Spiritual 

arr. Richard Nance 



Dare to Dream 

True Colors Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly 

arr. Deke Sharon 



Over the Rainbow, from The Wizard of Oz Harold Arlen 

1905-1986 
arr. Russell Robinson 



The Beauty of Your Dreams Joan Szymko 

b. 1957 

I will make a prayer. I will make a prayer to ask what I can do, 
I will make a prayer to ask for courage to follow the light as it is 

given to me. 
You gain courage and strength every time you look fear in the face. 
You gain strength you gain courage and strength, 
You gain courage and confidence every time that you are forced 

to look fear in the face. 
You must do the thing you think you cannot do. 
I will make a prayer. 
Life must be lived! Life must be lived. 
Cast out fear, we must cast out fear and face the unknown, 
Face the unknown with courage and integrity and a high heart. 

You must do the thing you think you cannot do. 

I will make a prayer. 

Believe in your dreams, believe in the beauty of your dreams. 

The future belongs to those who dream, 

To those who do believe in the beauty of their dreams. 

— adapted from the words of Eleanor Roosevelt 



Mens ChorUS menschorus.byu.edu 

Rosalind Hall, conductor 

Patrick Tatman and Evan Moss, assistant conductors 
Conlan Miller and John Shumway, piano 
Joseph Peeples, organ 



To Open 

All Creatures of Our Geistliche Kirchengesanger 

God and King arr. James Kasen 



Savior of the World 

High Word of God, Eternal Light Sarum Chant 

(10th century) 
arr. David Willcocks 



Jesus the Very Thought of Thee Bernard of Clairvaux 

ca. 1091-1153 
arr. Daniel McDavitt 



Cantique de Jean Racine Gabriel Faure 

1845-1924 

arr. K. Lee Scott 

Jacob Tonks, cello 



A Mans Reach Should Exceed His Grasp 

Tching-Tchinga-Raya 



David Maddux 
b. 1954 



The Impossible Dream, 
from Man of La Mancha 



Mitch Leigh 
arr. Nathan Hoffeins 



Alan Jay Lerner 

Frederick Lowe 

arr. Lyle Durland 



Paint Your Wagon 

On My Way 

Mariah 

There's a Coach Coming In 

Wand ring Star 

Hand Me Down That Can of Beans 

On My Way 



Megan Sanborn-Jones, choreographer 

Jonathan Rose, solo 

Paul Schmidt, Christopher Lew, fiddles; 

Jason Palfreyman, Brian Graham, Ian Hawkes, 

Peter Bourgeois, percussion; 

Mark Burtenshaw, Joshua Pluim, Jews harp; 

Joshua Pluim, harmonica 

Nathan Beech, Shane Curtis, Brian Fernandez, Jonathan Fox, 
Jakob Haws, Scott Hendrickson, Wesley Morgan, Trevor Smith, 
Mitchell Sotto, Josiah Tingey, Jacob Tonks, Matt Winn, dancers 



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_ / , This musical event is the twenty-fifth performance sponsored by the 
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Women's Chorus 



Soprano I 



Madeline Anderson 
Nalani Artinger 
Emily Blackhurst 
Kimberly Carter 
Kelsey Costello 
Chelsey Fisher 
Kristen Freeland 
Sharlie Hatch 



Camille Hicken 
Christa Huggard 
Briana Jackson 
Danielle Janzen 
Jacquelyn Karson 
Megan Lambert 
Camille Lazelle 
Lindsey LeBaron 



Emily Marcheschi 
Nicole Martino 
Sarah McKneely* 
Emily Mecham 
Catherine Nuckols 
Heather Reichert 
Kelli Ricks 
Kylie Rothlisberger 



Brooke Schultz* 
McKenna Schultz 
Patti Stroud 
Alexandra Tanner 
Kristin Todd 
Alexis Valle 
Vanessa Welch 



Soprano II 



Jennifer Allen 
Laurann Beard 
Monica Bennett 
Katherine Bowen 
Brianna Boyd 
Emmalee Buss 
Shalia Butt 
Jenessa Buttars 
Erin Canady 
Emily Chambers 
Emily Char 
Melinda Cumings 



Laura Deibel 
Teresa Dickson 
Brittany Fisher 
Marianna Giordano* 
Celeste Godfrey 
Stephanie Goodman 
Angela Grundvig 
Mary Hoskins 
Marquie Hutchings 
Julianna Jensen 
Hannah Johnson 
Miranda King 



Katie McGregor 
Allison Meiners 
Heather Moss 
Melinda Murri 
Amelia Neal 
Amanda Nordhagen 
Linda Peterson 
Katie Pike 
Britton Poulter 
Hannah Rackham 
Christy Ripa 
Neisah Satterfield* 



Shayann Scoresby 
Christina Segovia 
Alyssa Shirley 
Chelsea Shurilla 
Elise Six 

AUie Southworth 
Katherine Truscott 
Cheryl Utrear 
Rachel Walkenhorst 
Lindsey Watts 



Alto I Brooke Adams 

Catherine Andeline 
Karissa Baker 
Jenny Ballard 
Lindsay Bastian 
Sarah Bennett 
Rylee Carling 
Alyssa Damron 
Catherine Duchene 
Ruth Duersch 
Tawni Durrant 
Jenae Feddock 



Lauren Fine 
Alyssa Flake 
Giselle Gimenez* 
Jasmin Gimenez 
Jordan Hardy 
Katherine Hart 
Krissa Hendricks 
Melissa Jenkins* 
Brianna Job 
Meredith Johnston 
Alicia Kelly 
Annelise Luddington 



Janessa Lyons 
Kelsilyn Matteson 
Sydney McCarrey 
Quincey McGuire 
Mikaela Merrill 
Margaret Naughton 
Jane Ostergar 
EUzabeth Pace 
Michelle Pak 
Melanie Park 
Willow Parker 



Karstin Patterson 
Cheryl Quist 
Amanda Ricks 
Beth Sawyer 
Saya Shepherd 
Dana Stein 
Jenessa Swan 
Andrea Tate 
Anna Wagner 
Katherine Watts 



Alto II 



Cebre Allen 
Terra Allen 
Jessica Allred 
Bronwyn Bent 
Melanie Blood 
KielyBoll 
Emily Briggs 
Kaylee Brooks 
Lauren Butler 
Abbey Carson 
Abigail Christensen 
Sarah Cornwall 
Jenna Curran 
Amanda Echols 



Cali Hanson 
Kiki Henderson 
Brittany Hobbs 
Allison Holm 
Michelle Johnson 
Hillary Jones 
Kaylee Kimzey 
Bethany Knudsen 
Krista Malyon 
Lianna Manibog 
Jacquelyn Martin* 
Sarah Martin 
Abbie Martschenk 
Rachel McAllister 



MalloryMillett 
Ashlyn Mills 
Ariel Mitchell 
Allison Orgill 
Bridget Ostler 
Telisha Pantelakis 
Sara Perkinson 
Lindsay Pickett 
Robin Pratt 
Alicia Pulido 
Mariella Roberts 
Krista Robinson 
Pono Santos* 
Mikayla Sheppard 



Hannah Siebach 
Alexis Sienicki 
Amy Smith 
Alisa Stewart 
Jessica Tew 
Rebekah Tucker 
Rachel Turnbow 
Rebekah Weaver 
Jane White 
Margaret Willden 
Sydney Wise 
Samantha Worlton 
Laura Wride 



Men's Chorus 



Tenor I Daniel Anderson 
Joachim Allred 
Cameron Blake 
Christopher Bradshaw 
Mark Burtenshaw 
Ky Burton 
Collins Carrington 
Brandon Christensen 
Jeremy Christensen 
Makade Claypool 
Jeff Cramer 



Morgan Crockett 
Neil Ellsworth 
Dagoberto Estevez 
Brian Fernandez 
Nathaniel Gardner 
J.D. Goates 
Adam Gonzales 
Tyler Griffin 
Bobby Hale 
Kyle Harper 
Easton Hill 



Ryan Hopkin 
Andrew Howden 
Cody Humpherys 
Stephen Hunsaker 
David Jarvis 
Johnjeppson 
Carljohanson 
Kenneth Kenworthy 
Matthew Koster 
David Lowell 
Jeffrey Marlor 



Igor Marques 
Evan Moss 
Jordan Ramsay 
Jonathan Rose 
Benjamin Schmidt 
Austin Simcox 
Jaron Smith 
David Stephenson 
Jacob Tonks 
Nelson Walker 
Lee Wood 



Tenor II Marc Allan 

Stephen Allred 
Nicholas Barney 
Joshua Boaz 
Jeremy Borgia 
Seth Bott 
Chandler Brown 
Thomas Burton 
Wyatt Clegg 
Abraham Collier 
Cy Credille 
McKay Crockett 



Nathan Davis 
Andrew Fluckiger 
Mason Foster 
Cameron Gleed 
Joshua Hagen 
Michael Hamilton 
Skylar Hansen 
Dallin Hardy 
Owen Hullinger 
Derek Jackson 
Jeffrey Johnson 
Peter Johnson 



Kaleb Kjar 
Brandon Langford 
Justin Lillywhite 
James Marriott 
Harrison McCullough 
Seth Mergist 
Zachery Milne 
Brian Monson 
Andrew Moore 
Wesley Morgan 
Steven Olson 
Jake Price 



Kaplan Sanders 
James Schmidt 
John Shumway 
Dallen Smith 
Trevor Smith 
William Smith 
Jacob Thompson 
Matt Van Orden 
Adam White 



Baritone Thomas Anderson 
James Ashdown 
Tyler Augenstein 
Michael Bahnmiller 
Samuel Belgique 
Davis Blount 
Daniel Brown 
Liam Brown 
John Chadwick 
Porter Chelson 
Michael Cheney 
Xan Cranney 
Shane Curtis 



Taylor Demars 
Nathan Egan 
Brian Graham 
Tanner Grenko 
Jakob Haws 
Jeremy Huff 
Jordan Hughes 
Matthew Jackson 
Theodore Jackson 
Addison Johnson 
Tanner Kempton 
Nathan Kmetzsch 
Christopher Lew 



Michael Malmberg 
Beck Mayberry 
Cameron McCready 
Daniel Memmott 
Fernando Mercado 
Jack Mergist 
Glen Merrell 
Conlan Miller 
Braden Nielson 
Eric Noyes 
Alexander Olausson 
Jason Palfreyman 
Drew Peterson 



Joshua Pluim 
Martin Pluim 
Jason Richey 
Joel Roberts 
Jeffrey Shirts 
Cache Staheli 
Patrick Tatman 
Nathan Veech 
Derek Welch 
Matthew Winn 
Connor Wood 
Thaddeus Wright 
Bryce Young 



BaSS Scott Andrews 
Brad Barber 
Peter Bourgeois 
Doug Bush 
Thomas Childs 
Michael Clawson 
Ryan Day 
Lucas Duraccio 
Jonathon Evans 
Daniel Ford 
Jonathan Fox 
Zachary Grigg 



Marcus Gunn 
Jarom Harrison 
Ian Hawkes 
Scott Hendrickson 
Nathan Higginson 
Ryan Hill 
Tyler Hill 
Jacob Justice 
Chris Lancaster 
Maxwell Landbeck 
Adrian Maruri 
John Thomas McGuire 



Adam McNevin 
Nickolai Mullen 
Chad Newey 
Drake Ranquist 
Kevin Rasmussen 
Conner Rushton 
Paul Schmidt 
Tyler Shaw 
Daniel Smith 
Mitchell Sotto 
Joshua Stevens 
Bryson Taylor 



Ben Teusch 
Josiah Tingey 
Skyler Tolman 
Blake Wassom 
Christopher Williams 
Joshua Wood 
Paul Woodbury 
Scott Woody 
Jeffrey Wray 



Women's Chorus Staff 

President Emily Mecham 



Vice President 


Melinda Cummings 


Activities Co-Chair 


Nicki Martino 
Kaylee Kimzey 


Publicity Chair 


Elise Six 


Historian Co-Chair 


Sam Worlton 
Brittany Fisher 


Wardrobe Chair 


Karstin Lake Patterson 


Devotional Co-Chair 


Michelle Johnson 
Chelsea Shurilla 


Treasurer 


Cebre Allen 


Compassion Chair 


Rachel McAllister 



Section Leaders 

Soprano I Sarah McKneely 

Brooke Schultz 
Soprano II Marianna Giordano 
Neisah Satterfield 
AltO I Giselle Gimenez 

Melissa Jenkins 
AltO II Jacquelyn Martin 
Pono Santos 



Men's Chorus Staff 

President Nathaniel Gardner 
Vice President Kenneth Kenworthy 
Activities Manager Abraham Collier 



Taskforce Manager Danny Memmot 
Publicity Manager Morgan Crockett 

Media Manager Cy Credille 



Attendance Stephen Hunsaker 
Jonathan Evans 



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Glenna Jennings 
Parkins 

Leonard Pennario 
Spencer Swim 
John Grant Reed 
Wilma Gilbert 
Richardson 
Ragnar Samuelsen 
Merlin Sant 
Lawrence Sardoni 
Robert Sauer 
Betty Blake Smith 
Josephine Spilsbury 
Max Steiner 
Catherine Stringham 
Janie Thompson 
Etta Swan Todd 
University Singers 
Marion Wayne & Billie 
Whiting 
Louise Wimmer 
Ralph Woodward 
George Wright 
Y.A. Scholarships 



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SEASON SPONSOR 



ZIONS BANK* 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Jazz Legacy 
Dixieland Band 

Steve Call, director 
and 

The New Hot 5 



7:30 p.m. 
1 November 20 11 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Bourbon Street Parade 

Lazy River 

That's a Plenty 

JaDa 

Sweet Georgia Brown 



BYU Jazz Legacy Dixieland Band 



High Society 

Come Back to Sorrento 

Big Bear Stomp 

Petit Fluer 



When the Saints Go Marching In 

The New Hot 5 



Paul Barbarin 
1899-1969 

Hoagy Carmichael 
1899-1981 

Lew Polack 
1895-1946 

Bob Carlton 
1896-1956 

Ben Bernie 
1891-1943 

Maceo Pinkard 
1897-1962 

Kenneth Casey 
1899-1965 



Porter Steele 

Ernesto De Curtis 
1875-1937 

Lu Watters 
1911-1989 

Sydney Bechet 
1897-1959 

Traditional 



Just a Closer Walk with Thee 



Joe Avery "Second Line' 



Jazz Legecy and the New Hot 5 



Traditional 
Traditional 



Jazz Legacy Dixieland Band 

Steve Call ; director 

Jory Woodis, clarinet 

Derek Crane, clarinet and saxophone 

Austie Robinson, cornet 

Dallas Crane, trumpet 

Bryce Call, cornet 

Paul Atwood, trombone 

Richard Perkins, trombone 

Zach Wiggins, piano 

Joe Johnson, tuba 

David Hernandez, xylophone and drums 

Matt Tippetts, drums 



The New Hot 5 

Steve Call, tuba and leader 

Clark Burnside, clarinet 

Daniel Henderson, trumpet 

Mark Ammons, trombone 

Joshua Payne, banjo 

The BYU Jazz Legacy Dixieland Band is joined by The New Hot 5 of 

YouTubes "Jazz for Cows" fame. With 1.3 million views, The New Hot 5 is the 
most viewed "Dixieland" band in the history of YouTube. 



Ogden, Utah native, Red Nichols was one of the biggest jazz stars of the 1920s 
and 1930s. His sidemen included Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, the Dorsey 
Brothers and many others who became major band leaders of the Swing Era. 
Nichols gave up his music career to work in the defense industry and be home 
chronically ill child in the 1940s. His life story was told in the 1959 film, "The 
Five Pennies," starring Danny Kaye. After the film was a big success, Nichols' 
relaunched a second career with a new Dixieland Band. He died in 1965 right 
after a performance in Las Vegas. Both Jazz Legacy and The New Hot 5 will 
play tunes recorded by Red Nichols. 



Upcoming School of Music Performances 



Jazz Combo Night 

Wednesday, 2 Nov. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 
Madsen Recital Hall 



Jazz Ensemble 

Tom Streeter, director 

Thursday, 4 Nov. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 

de Jong Concert Hall 



Evening of Percussion 

Percussion Ensemble 

Panoramic Steel 

Gamelan Bintang Wahyu 

Saturday, 29 Nov. 2011 

Family performance 1 1 :00 a.m. 

7:30 p.m. 

de Jong Concert Hall 



Cougar Marching Band 

Fred Mclnnis, director 

Tuesday, 8 Nov. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 

de Jong Concert Hall 



Synthesis 

Mark Ammons, director 

Wednesday, 16 Nov. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 

de Jong Concert Hall 



___^_, This musical event is the twenty-ninth performance sponsored 
BYU^f by the BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BYU School of Music 

Jazz Ensemble de Jong Concert Hall 

4 November 201 1 Harris Fine Arts Center 



Jazz Ensemble 

Tom Streeter, director 



Summertime George Gershwin 

arr. Bill Pots 
Soloists: Myles Lawrence, tenor saxophone; Zoe Jorgenson, bass; 
Jessica Tobian, tenor saxophone; Jess Quebbenman-Turley, drums 



What Is a Woman? Harvey Schmidt 

arr. Wes Hensel 
Soloist: Mark Henderson, soprano saxophone 



All of Me Simons & Marks 

arr. Billy Byers 
Soloist: Ammon Doman, piano 



I Just Whisper Her Name Harry Connick Jr. 

Soloist: Zach Wiggins, vocals; Myles Lawrence, tenor saxophone 



Satin Doll Duke Ellington 

Soloists: Kris Anderson, trumpet; Zoe Jorgenson, bass 



Samba de los Gatos Mike Steinel 

Soloists: Peter Murray, alto saxophone; John Lahtinen, trombone 



The Frim Fram Sauce Joe Ricardel 

arr. Zach Wiggins 
Soloists: John Lahtinen, trombone; Kris Anderson, trumpet 



Georgia on My Mind Hoagy Carmichael 

arr. John Clayton 
Soloists: Myles Lawrence, tenor saxophone 



Blue Bobby Shew 

In memory of Blue Mitchell 
Soloists: Jordan Coon, flugelhorn; Zoe Jorgenson, bass 



Sing, Sang, Sung Gordon Goodwin 

Soloists: Myles Lawrence, clarinet; Zach Mckenzie, trombone; 
Jess Quebbenman-Turley, drums 



Ceiling Dogs Steve Wiest 

Soloists: Ammon Doman, piano; Peter Murray, alto saxophone; 
Chase Baker, guitar 



Ya Gotta Try Sammy Nestico 

Soloists: Ammon Doman, piano; Myles Lawrence & Jessica Tobian, 
tenor saxophone: Jess Quebbenman-Turley, drums 



Jazz Ensemble 

Tom Streeter, director 

Saxophones 

Mark Henderson 
Peter Murray 
Myles Lawrence 
Jessica Tobian 
Becky Perez 



Trumpets 

Jordan Coon 
Kris Anderson 
Celeste Knowles 
Michael Scott 
Jessica White 



Trombones 

John Lahtinen 
Court Mackie 
Zach McKenzie 
Gerardo Garza 



Rhythm 

Ammon Doman, piano 

Zoe Jorgenson, bass 

Jesse Quebbeman-Turley, drums 

Chase Baker, guitar 



Vocals 

Zach Wiggins 



Tom Streeter was the director of the jazz program and professor 
of music at Illinois Wesleyan for forty years. As the founder of the 
jazz program at IWU he developed jazz studies courses and con- 
ducted the two jazz ensembles. His duties also included teaching the 
trombone studio and conducting the trombone choir, plus serving as 
head of the schools instrumental department. His interest in music- 
related computer technology has earned him several university grants 
to learn new music software applicable to jazz arranging, to assist in 
preparing a computer multimedia program for his jazz history course 
using current multi-media software, and to create a computer impro- 
visation practice lab. He team taught an introduction to multimedia 
course in the university's May term. He created an introduction to 
technology and jazz pedagogy course for music education majors. 
Dr. Streeter also created the IWU Jazz Festival which hosted thirty 
high schools and junior high schools each year. Last year the festival 
celebrated Doc s retirement by featuring former Maynard Ferguson 
trombonist, Steve Wiest. 



Samba de los Gatos Mike Steinel 

Dr. Streeter holds both bachelors and masters degrees from Indiana 
University and a doctorate from the Catholic University of America. 
His doctoral work was accomplished while a member of the inter- 
nationally acclaimed USAF Jazz Band The Airmen of Note stationed 
at Boiling Air Force Base in Washington, D.C. His performance cre- 
dentials on bass trombone also include extended tours with Henry 
Mancini and Andy Williams, plus performances with the Jimmy 
Dorsey Band, and Nelson Riddle Orchestra. He recorded an album 
Music for the Bass Trombone that was released on the Kendor Label. 
In May of 1999 he and the IWU Jazz Ensemble performed for and 
were the guests of the Bloomington /Normal sister city committee 
in Asahikawa, Japan. Following the Japan trip the band toured and 
performed in Scotland, England, and Italy, which expanded their 
international scope. 

For a number of years, Dr. Streeter was the program director of the 
Birch Creek Music Center jazz sessions in Door County, Wisconsin, 
and led the Academy Band in concerts in the renovated barn, which 
acts as the Center s unique performance venue. After two years away 
from Birch Creek, he returned the summers of 1999 and 2000 to 
again lead the Academy Band, and to help produce a CD, commemo- 
rating the 25th year of the music center. 

Dr. Streeter was one of the founders and the first treasurer of the 
International Trombone Association. He has been a clinician and 
adjudicator throughout the nation. 

He and his wife Christine Pfeiffer Streeter are the parents of six chil- 
dren — all graduates of Brigham Young University — who have given 
them seventeen beloved grandchildren. They have recently moved to 
American Fork. 



> This musical event is the thirtieth performance sponsored by the 
BYU^ BYU School of Music for the 2011-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Nathan Haines 

Percussion 



in Senior Recital 
Student of Ron Brough 



Assisted by 
Jonathan Keith, piano 
Jay Tibbitts, percussion 
Aaron Haines, art history 



Required for the Bachelor of Arts in Music Degree 



6:00 p.m. 

4 Nov 2011 

E-250 

Harris Fine Arts Center 



Recital Duo 



PROGRAM 



Jay Tibbitts, snare drum/hi-hat 



Dan Knipple 
b. 1956 



Jazz Suite 
Blues 
Waltz 
Bebop 



Gary Gibson 
b. 1960 



Nocturnal Dance 



Jesse Monkman 
b. 1975 



The Twittering Machine 



Al Payson 
b. 1935 



Based on the painting Die Zwitschermaschine by Paul Klee 
Aaron Haines, art analysis 



Challenge II 



Jonathan Keith, piano 
Jay Tibbitts, snare drum 



Jacques Delecluse 
b. 1933 



Concerto for Percussion Solo 
March 
Meditation 
Fantasia 



Gary Ziek 
b. 1960 



Nathan would like to dedicate his performance to the memory of 
Diane R. Haines 



«^m m m m - — -rf—> This musical event is the 35th performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Christine Messick Clayton 

Piano 



in Graduate Recital 
Student of Irene Peery-Fox 



Required for the Master of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



1:30 p.m. 
5 November 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Preludes and Fugues by J.S. Bach, S. 462, no. 1 Franz Liszt 

1811-1886 



Suite in F Major, HWV 427 George Frideric Handel 

Adagio 1685-1759 

Allegro 
Adagio 
Allegro 



Miroirs Maurice Ravel 

Oiseaux tristes (Sad Birds) 1875-1937 

Alborada del gracioso (The Jester s Aubade) 



Piano Sonata No. 30, op. 109 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Vivace, adagio espressivo 1 770- 1827 
Prestissimo 
Andante molto cantabile ed espressivo 



Romeo and Juliet: Ten Pieces for Piano, Sergei Prokofiev 

op. 75, no. 5 "Masks" 1891-1953 



4 Etudes, op. 2, no. 4 



wv — wm ¥ / /this musical event is the thirty-eighth performance sponsored 

BY \3&4^ by the BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Jessie Fullmer 

Oboe, English horn 



in Senior Recital 

Student of Geralyn Giovannetti 



Assisted by 

Michelle Papenfuss, piano 
Jared Starr, violin 
Charles Driscoll, viola 
Jeanee Maucotel, cello 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



5:30 p.m. 
5 Nov 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Quartet, K 370 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro 1756-1791 

Adagio 
Allegro 



Four Personalities Allyssa Morris 

Yellow b. 1982 

White 
Blue 
Red 



INTERMISSION 



Pastoral for English horn and Piano Elliott Carter 

b. 1908 



Concertino in F Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda 

Allegro con Fuoco-Adagio-Vivace 1801-1866 



■^m mm m -—y^ ^ is mus i ca l event is the 37th performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 20 1 1 -20 1 2 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Camilla Boles 

Media Music 



Student of Ron Saltmarsh 



Assisted by- 
Rob Quails, bass 
Jaxon Williams, guitar 
Haili Gregson, vocal 
Matt Pace, trumpet 
Jay Tibbitts, drums 
Jake Justice, keyboard 
Colin Hatch, sound engineer 



In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements 

for the Bachelor of Music Degree in Media Music Studies 



7:30 p.m. 

5 Nov 2011 

Room 321 

Karl G. Maeser Building 



PROGRAM 

Famine 

Remedy 

Single, White Female 

Heal Me 

Love is on its Way (duet with Colin Hatch) 

Between (with recorded accompaniment) 

Psychiatrist 

Celebrate Love (commercial jingle) 

Near Mine 

Being a Shadow 



All songs written by Camilla Boles. 



m ^m m-m w — -jf~-> This musical event is the 36th performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BYU School of Music 

Folk Music Ensemble 
10 November 2011 



Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



Folk Music Ensemble 

Mark Geslison, director 

Sophie Wilson, Ben Tengelsen, student assistants 



Siuil (Gaelic for "a wanderer") ' 

The Ghost 

Sigh No More 
Jane's Air and Set 
Banks of the Bann 
Return of Roan Inish 
Dancing at the Crossroads 
David's Jig 



Traditional Irish 

Mumford & Sons 

Traditional Scottish 

Sean Nos 

Mason Daring 

Traditional Irish 

Natalie MacMaster 



The Lucky Crickets** 

Best Laid Plans Stephanie Hartman 

L.A. Sunset, Georgia Sky Brandon Riggs 

Angel Band Traditional 
Boondocks Karen Fairchild & Wayne Kirkpatrick 

Light Alex Vincent 

Light of Stars Stephanie Hartman 



Mountain Strings 

Sawin' on the Strings 

I'll Fly Away 
Minor Swing 
Orphan Girl 
The Contradiction 



Jimmie Martin 
arr. Mark Geslison 

Traditional American 
arr. Mountain Strings 

Django Reinhardt 
arr. Mountain Strings 

Traditional American 
arr. Mountain Strings 

Traditional Irish 
arr. Alina Geslison 



I Don't Love Nobody 



Euday L Bowman 
arr. Mark Geslison 



Mountain Strings was originally organized to accompany the International 
Folk Dance Ensemble to folk dance and music festivals in all parts of the 
world. In 1996 International Folk Dance Ensemble director, Edwin Austin, 
named the band Mountain Strings in order to distinguish this ensemble 
as the official band to accompany the folk dance touring team. Since 1964 
members of this ensemble have performed in every continent in the world 
except for Africa and Antarctica. 

*all tunes arranged by Siuil 
**all tunes arranged by The Lucky Crickets 



Upcoming Folk Music Events 

Christmas Around the World 

December 3-4, 7:30 pm, December 4, 2:00 pm 

Marriott Center 

Annual Christmas Fireside 

December 1 1, 7:00 pm 

Bonneville Stake Center, 50 South 900 East, Provo, UT 



____ _ -Jh This musical event is the forty-third perfc 
BYU^^ BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 



brmance sponsored by the 
season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Parker Ludwig 



Organ 



in Sophomore Recital 
Student of Don Cook 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



7:30 p.m. 

11 November 20 11 
First Baptist Church 
Salt Lake City, Utah 



PROGRAM 



Passacaglia in C minor, BWV 582 Johann Sebastian Bach 

1685-1750 



Etude no. 6, op. 5, "Octaves" Jeanne Demessieux 

1921-1968 



Symphony no. 6 in G minor, op. 42 Charles-Marie Widor 

Allegro 1844-1937 

Adagio 

Intermezzo: Allegro 
Cantab ile 
Finale: Vivace 



w ^^ iB — -y£—y This musical event is the 44th performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BYU School of Music 




The World Is Our Stage 



Fall 2011 

Harris Fine Arts Center 

Brigham Young University 




SCHOOL OF 

MUSIC 



JLridJjLlV V OU BYU music lovers, 

for considering a gift to the Brigham Young University 
School of Music. We consider donated funds to be sacred 
and we do every thing in our power to ensure contributions 
are used wisely One hundred percent of contributions go 
directly to the area you designate. 

Checks, payable to BYU School of Music, maybe mailed to: 
Brett Thomas 
BYU School of Music 
C-550 Harris Fine Arts Center 
Provo, Utah 84602 

By including a a specific area in the memo field on your 
check, your gift will go directly to the area you designate. 
Credit card gifts may be made online at music.byu.edu. 

Other gifts, such as stocks, bonds, real estate, and other 
personal property, such as musical instrument or artwork 
may be accepted under certain conditions. Please contact 
Varden Hadfield, (801) 422-1 133 or hadfield@byu.edu, for 
more information. 

Some methods of giving, such as charitable remainder 
trusts, return an income to donors for the rest of their 
lives. To explore a variety of ways to make a gift, visit LDS 
Philanthropies at ldsphilanthropies.org to learn more about 
options, tax implications, etc. 

Event sponsorship of School of Music performance season 
or individual concerts is available. Please contact Kory 
Katseanes, (801) 422-6304 or kory_katseanes(S)byu.edu, 
for more information. 



SCHOOL OF MUSIC DONORS 



BRAVO 



A.J. & Susie Balukoff 
Melanie L. Bastian 
Carroll F. & Helene K. 
Blessing Trust 



ENCORE 



Sidney & Mary Atkin 

Parley & Bona Belnap 

Elvina Fairbanks 

Dr. C. Bland & Dr. Lucile 

Giddings 

Maurine Giesey 

John & Rilla Leckie 

Hawkins 



Marcus Alan & Andrea 
Jan Hutchins 
Nancy Peery Marriott 
Foundation 



Glenna Parkins 
Presser Foundation 
Roberts Family 
Foundation 

Gregory & Ginger Scott 
Betty Blake Smith Trust 
Richard & Janean 
Spencer 



Peery Family Fund 
Beverley Sorenson 
W. Lincoln & 
Rebeckah Watkins 



Ralph Tiebout 

Bryan & Corliss Toone 

Kenneth Wallace 



ARIA 



American Express 
Foundation 
Anonymous-BYU 
Leslie & Robert Bluhm 
Discovery LLC 
GFC Foundation 
Margarett Hall 
Blake & Melony 
Hamilton 



Robert & Joyce Hampton 
Charles Harman 
David & Susan Hatch 
Thomas A. & Lucille B 
Home Foundation 
Edward & Janice Johnson 



Kenneth E. Becky H. 
Johnson Foundation 
Larry H. Miller Group 
of Companies 
Jennifer & R. Blake 
Nielsen 
Trophy Homes 



CONCERTO 



Jerald & Marilyn 

Bradshaw 

Coca-Cola Foundation 

Freedom Mailing 

Services Incorporated 

Steve & Bette Gibson 

Steven & Rhonda Kay 

Hatch 

Mary & William 

Hickman 



Ronald & Geralee 

McArthur 

Chari & William Moreton 

Reid Nibley 

Grace Nordgren 

R. Don & Shirley 

Oscarson 

Deborah & Dr. Richard 

Ragsdale 



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Barbara Jane & Sid 
Sandberg 
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BYU School of Music 

BYU Singers and Concert Choir de Jong Concert Hall 

11-12 November 2011 Harris Fine Arts Center 



BYU Singers and Concert Choir 

Laudate Nomen Carlyle Sharpe 

b. 1965 



BYU Singers singers.byu.edu 

Ronald Staheli, conductor 

Matt Nielsen, assistant conductor 

Mariah Wilson, Arianne Sam, Ruth Eldridge, piano 

Jonathan Litster, percussion 

Spanish Music at the Time of Christopher Columbus 

Laudate Dominum (Praise the Lord) Tomas Luis de Victoria 

1548-1611 
Amor con fortuna (Love Allied with Fate) Juan del Encina 

1468-c. 1529 



Early American Composers 

Art Thou Troubled William Billings 

1746-1800 

Psalm 42 George W. Chadwick 

1845-1931 



Sacred Concert Music by Eminent Americans 

Gloria, from Mass, op. 84 Vincent Persichetti 

1915-1987 

Sanctus, from Mass Leonard Bernstein 

1918-1990 



Concert Choir 

Rosalind Hall, conductor 

Patrick Tatman, Leland Spindler, assistant conductors 

Aurelia Andrews, Ben Walley, piano 

Denn alles Fleisch, es ist wie Gras 

from Ein Deutsches Requiem 



concertchoir.byu.edu 



Johannes Brahms 
1833-1897 



Den alles Fleisch es ist wie Gras 
und alle Herrlichkeit des Menschen 
wie des Grases Blwnen 
Das Gras ist verdorret 
und die Blume abgefallen. 



For all flesh is like the grass, 

and all the magnificence of mortals 

is like the flowers of the grass. 

The grass has withered, 

and the flower has fallen away. 



So seid nun geduldig, lieben Bruder, 

bis aufdie Zukunft des Herrn. 

Siehe, ein Ackermann wartet 

aufdie kostliche Frucht derErde 

und ist geduldig daruber, bis er empfange 

den Morgenregen und Abendregen. 

Aber des Herrn Wort bleibet in Ewigkeit 



So now be patient, dear friends, 

until the life hereafter. 

Behold, a husbandman waits 

for the precious fruit of the earth 

and is patient until he receives 

the early and later rain. 

But the word of the Lord endures forever. 



Die Erlbseten des Herrn werden wieder kommen, 
und gen Zion kommen mit Jauchzen; 
ewige Freude wird iiber ihrem Haupte sein; 
Freude und Wonne werden sie ergreifen 



The redeemed of the Lord will return 

and come to Zion with shouts of joy; 

eternal joy will be upon their heads, 

joys and delight will overcome them 



und Schmerz und Seufzen wird weg miissen. and sorrow and sighing will have to depart. 



Toward the Unknown Region 



Ralph Vaughan Williams 
1872-1958 



Darest thou now, O soul, 

Walk out with me toward the unknown region, 

Where neither ground is for the feet nor any path to follow? 

No map there, nor guide, 

Nor voice sounding, nor touch of human hand, 

Nor face with blooming flesh, nor lips, nor eyes, are in that land. 

I know it not, O soul! 

Nor dost thou, all is a blank before us, — 

All waits undreamed of in that region, that inaccessible land. 

Till when the tie is loosened, 

All but the ties eternal, Time and Space, 

Nor darkness, gravitation, sense, nor any bounds boundings us. 

Then we burst forth, we float, 

In Time and Space, O soul! prepared for them, 

Equal, equipped at last, (O joy! O fruit of all!) them to fulfil, O soul! 



BYU Singers 

Two American Choral Jewels 

The Coolin, from Reincarnations, op. 16 

Come With Thy Sweet Voice Again 



singers.byu.edu 

Samuel Barber 

1910-1981 

Stephen Collins Foster 

1826-1864 



Folk Material Refashioned 

Jennie Kiss 'd Me 

Simple Gifts 

The OF Chisholm Trail 



Eric William Barnum 

b. 1979 

Aaron Copland 

1900-1990 

Libby Larsen 

b. 1950 



Keeping the Faith 

So I'll Sing with My Voice 

Hold On, from The Secret Garden 



Dominick Argento 

b. 1927 

arr. Ronald Staheli 



BYU Singers and Concert Choir 

Pilgrims' Hymn 



Stephen Paulus 
b. 1949 



This musical event is the thirty-fourth performance sponsored by the 
B YU^^ BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BYU Singers 

Ronald Staheli, conductor 



Soprano 



Julie Barker § 
Elisa Bement 



Marianne Bement 
Rachel Brown *§ 



Karen Embree 
Lexie Orvin 



McLane Sanford 
Laura Turner 



Alto 



Rachael Anderton t 
Lori Bikhazi ++ 
Ruth Eldredge § 



Kristen Hyde 
Whitney Larsen 
Karen Milne § 



Michelle Moore t 
Shannyn Palmer 
Cassandra Rindlisbacher 



Arianne Sam 
KarliWest 
Mariah Wilson 



Tenor 



Brandon Bastian Jonathan Litster Jacob Meldrum # Ka'imiloa Ruberson 

Benjamin Bird Christopher Machado Mason Neippf§ Christopher Udall § 



Bass 



Devin Anderton * 
Scott Baker 
Paul Black 
Christopher Downard§ 



John Deming 
Austin Lund 
Scott Moore ** 
Matthew Nielsen 



Brendan Owens 
Nicholas Petersen 
Jason Ross § 



Stephen Taylor 
Mark Zabriskie 



Concert Choir 

Rosalind Hall, conductor 



Soprano 



Alto 



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School of Music 

presents 



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Nghiem Manh Tuan 
Bui Anh Dung 
Tran Xuan Hoa 



Assisted by 

Diane Reich, soprano 

Jubal Joslyn, tenor 

Thi Dung Le, director 



7:30 p.m. 

11 November 20 11 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Pizzicato Vietnam (for four marimbas) Dang Huu Phuc 

Nghiem Manh Tuan, Tran Xuan Hoa, 
Bui Anh Dung, Phan Nam 



Bai ca chim Ung (Song of the Eagles) 

Tran Xuan Hoa, marimba 



Rhapsody Vietnam 
Ave Maria 

Musique de Table 
Kuka Hi Moku 



Jubal Joslyn ; tenor 



Percussion Trio 



Percussion Quartet 



O mio babbino caro, from Gianni Schicchi 

Diane Reich, soprano 



Brasilian 



Dam Linh 

Do Hong Quan 
Bach/Gounod 

Thierry De Mey 

Ch. Rouse 

Puccini 

N. Rosauro 



Percussion Quartet 



Drum and Grain J. Paul 

Bui Anh Dung, Nghiem Manh Tuan, Tran Xuan Hoa, percussion trio 
Phan Nam, model sound 



Phan Nam, Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra 

Nghiem Manh Tuan, Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra 

Bui Anh Dung, Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra 

Tran Xuan Hoa, Vietnam National Opera and Ballet 



, This musical event is the forty-first performance sponsored by 

BYU^M th e BY u School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Guest Artist 



Javier de los Santos, 
guitar 



2:00 p.m. 

12 November 20 11 

Auditorium 

Museum of Art 



PROGRAM 



Sons de Carilhoe 



Joao Guimaraes Pernambuco 
1883-1947 



Sonata Mexicana (Sonata No. l) 
Allegro moderato 
Andantino affettuoso 
Allegretto in tempo di serenata 
Allegretto un poco vivace 



Manuel M. Ponce 
1882-1948 



Variaciones sobre una cancion Mexicana 
Theme: Allegretto 
Poco piu mosso 
Meno mosso cantabile 
Ritmico 

Lento espressivo 
Allegro 



Guillermo Flores Mendez 
b. 1920 



FandanguillO; op. 36 



Joaquin Turina 
1882-1949 



Variations on Folia di Spagna, op. 45 



Mauro Giuliani 
1781-1829 



INTERMISSION 



La Catedral 

Preludio (Saudade) 
Andante religioso 
Allegro solemne 



Agustin Barrios Mangore 
1885-1944 



Lagrima 

Adelita (Mazurca) 

Marieta! (Mazurca) 

Maria 

Capricho Arabe (Serenata) 

Recuerdos de la Alhambra 



Francisco Tarrega 
1852-1909 



Asturias (Leyenda-Preludio) 



Isaac Albeniz 
1860-1909 



MEET THE PERFORMER 



Classical guitarist Javier de los Santos 

began his formal music studies in 1998 
in guitar performance under Francisco 
Javier Muro Guevara at the Unidad 
Academica de Musica de la Universidad 
Autonoma de Zacatecas (UAMUAZ) in 
the State of Zacatecas, Mexico. In 2006, 
under the guidance of Mr. Eric vanDiver 
Nohe, Javier earned his BA degree in 
guitar performance at Colorado Mesa 
University in Grand Junction, CO. 
Javier holds a MM degree in guitar 

performance from the University of Denver s Lamont School of Music 

studying with renowned Maestro Ricardo Iznaola. 

Javier has performed extensively in different locales, including the XV 
Semana Cultural de Zacatecas in Zacatecas, Mexico; various recitals 
and performances in Jerez, Zacatecas, Mexico and other municipalities; 
Spain, Maine, Texas, and in different venues in Colorado. 

Javier is the first place Winner of the 2009 Denver Classical Guitar 
Society Solo Debut Competition. 




Upcoming School of Music Performances 



Synthesis 

Wednesday, 16 Nov. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 
de Jong Concert Hall 



BYU Philharmonic 

Thursday, 17 Nov. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 
de Jong Concert Hall 



Saxophone Chamber Night 

Thursday, 17 Nov. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 
University Parkway Center 



Guest Artist Joel Hastings 

Thursday, 17 Nov. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 
Madsen Recital Hall 



Woodwind Chamber Night 

Tuesday, 29 Nov. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 
Madsen Recital Hall 



University Strings and University Orchestra 

Tuesday, 29 Nov. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 
de Jong Concert Hall 



• This musical event is the twenty-second performance sponsored 
BYU^M by the B YU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Caitlin Johnson 

Violin 



in Junior Recital 

Student of Alexander Woods 



Assisted by 

Jayne Galloway piano 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



5:30 p.m. 

15 November 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata No. 1 in G minor, S. 1001 Johann Sebastian Bach 

Adagio 1685-1750 

Fuga 
Siciliano 
Presto 



Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso Camille Saint- Saens 

1835-1921 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata in A major, op. 13 Gabriel Faure 

Allegro molto 1845-1924 

Andante 
Allegro vivo 
Allegro quasi presto 



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BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Caitlin Soffe 

Violin 



in Junior Recital 

Student of Monte Belknap 



Assisted by 

Jayne Galloway piano 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



7:30 p.m. 

15 November 2011 
Karl G. Maeser Building 
Brigham Young University 



PROGRAM 



Partita in D minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Allemanda 1685-1750 



Violin Sonata No. 7 in C minor Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 1770-1827 

Adagio cantabile 
Scherzo 
Finale 



Violin Concerto No. 3 Camille Saint-Saens 

Molto moderato e maestoso 1835-1921 



Liebesleid & Liebesfreud Fritz Kreisler 

1875-1962 



■^m mm m - — -y4~~> This musical event is the 47th performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Bryan Lew 

Viola 



in Junior Recital 

Student of Claudine Bigelow 



Assisted by 

Sarah Inouye Mano, piano 

Rachel Ostler, violin 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



7:30 p.m. 

15 November 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Suite No. 5 for Solo Violoncello in C Minor, BWV 1011 Johann Sebastian Bach 
Transcribed for Viola by Simon Rowland-Jones 1685-1750 

Prelude 

Allemande 

Courante 

Sarabande 

Gavotte I & II 

Gigue 



Suite for Viola and Piano (1919) Ernest Bloch 

Lento -Allegro 1880-1959 

Allegro Ironico 
Lento 
Molto Vivo 

Sarah Mano, piano 



Passacaglia in G Minor Johan Halvorsen 

on a Theme by George Frideric Handel (1897) 1864-1935 

for violin and viola 

Rachel Ostler, violin 



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BYU^w 



BYU School of Music for the 2011-2012 season. 



BYU School of Music 

Synthesis 

16 November 2011 



Cookin' with Gas! 
de Jong Concert Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



Synthesis 

Mark AmmonS; director 



Program selected from the following: 



One Note Samba 



Antonio Carlos Jobim 
arr. Mike Tomaro 



Shiny Stockings 



Count Basie 
arr. Sammy Nestico 



The Eternal Triangle 



Sonny Stitt 
arr. John Clayton 



Things Are Getting Better 



Julian Adderley 
arr. Rob McConnell 



Surrey With a Fringe on Top, 
from Oklahoma! 



arr. Charlie Carr 



Firebird Sweet 



arr. Lyle Durland 



Cute 



NealHefti 



Too Close for Comfort 



arr. Gordon Goodwin 



Billy May For President 



Sammy Nestico 



A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing 



Billy Strayhorn 
arr. Mike Tomaro 



Overture to the Royal Mongolian 
Suma Foosball Festival 



Lyle Mays 



Freckle Face 



Sammy Nestico 



Black Sugar 



Reagan Brough 



It Had to Be You 



arr. Gary Madsen 



I Got Rhythm 



George Gershwin 
arr. Rob McConnell 



Featuring faculty artist Ray Smith, saxophone and flute 



Synthesis 

Mark Ammons, director 

Saxophones 

Jory Woodis, lead alto 
Justin Hammer, alto 
Ben Nichols, lead tenor 
Derek Crane, tenor 
Eric Backman, baritone 

Trumpets 

Bryce Call, co-lead 
Charlie Carr, co-lead 
Austie Robinson 
Suzy Lind 
Dallas Crane 



Trombones 

Danny Burt, lead 
Kevin Jensen 
Wayne Sandholtz 
Curtis Biggs 
Michael Thornton bass 

Rhythm 

Trevor Dixon, piano 
Brady Bills, guitar 
Aaron McMurray, bass 
JayTibbitts, drums 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Janessa Swensen 

Piano 



in Sophomore Recital 
Student of Jeffrey Shumway 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



5:30 p.m. 

17 November 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata op. 53 in C Major ("Waldstein") Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 1770-1827 

Introduzione: Adagio Molto 
Rondo: Allegretto Moderato - Prestissimo 



Three Preludes op. 1 1 Alexander Scriabin 

No. 6 in B Minor 1872-1915 

No. 12 in G-sharp Minor 
No. 24 in D Minor 



Suite op. 14 Bela Bartok 

Allegro 1881-1945 

Scherzo 
Allegro Molto 
Sostenuto 



Ballade in G Minor, op. 23 Frederic Chopin 

1810-1849 



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BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 



presents 



BYU Philharmonic 

Kory Katseanes, conductor 



7:30 p.m. 

17 November 2011 
de Jong Concert Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



Program 



When the Trumpets Shall Sound Neil Thornock 

b. 1977 
Shane Warby, tenor 
Walter Rudolf, narrator 

Text selected by R. Don Oscarson 

Commissioned by the Don and Shirley Oscarson Foundation 



Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 Edvard Grieg 

Morning Mood 1843-1907 

Aasa's Death 

Anitra's Dance 

In the Hall of the Mountain King 



Intermission 



Symphony No. 5 in E-flat, op. 82 Jean Sibelius 

Tempo molto moderato 1865-1957 

Allegro moderato (ma poco a poco stretto) 
Andante mosso, quasi allegretto 
Allegro molto 



Program Notes 



Thornock: When the Trumpets Shall Sound 

Tonight's performance is the premier of Neil Thornock's newest work for orchestra. Dr. Thornock, a 
member of the BYU composition faculty, has captured the role of the trumpet in events foretold by scrip- 
tural texts. The responsibility of announcing both the Apocalypse and the Second Coming falls to the 
trumpet — all seven of them — and we hear the dual nature of these ominous and celebratory proclama- 
tions as the work proceeds. Ultimately, millennial peace overcomes the preceding cataclysms and we hear 
the orchestra both singing and playing "Amen and Amen" as the piece comes to a close. The words of the 
revelations are spoken by narrator Walter Rudolph and sung by tenor Shane Warby. 

Don Oscarson, who extracted and organized the texts and commissioned the work, offered the following 
summary: 

John the Revelator records, in his vision of the last days, the appearance of seven 
angels with trumpets to declare the great calamities and destructions that are to 
precede the Second Coming. (Revelation ch. 8-10) 

Similarly, in these latter days, the Lord has revealed the events that will herald His 

return. But unlike John's record, the seven trumpets will announce the blessings 

and hope of the glorious resurrection that awaits all the righteous. (D&C 88:81-107). 



Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite no. 1 

Peer Gynt, a play by Henrik Ibsen, premiered in 1876 with incidental music written by Edvard Grieg. The 
play, though now rarely done, is a fairy tale in verse, recounting the imaginative and preposterous adven- 
tures of its namesake. A sort of anti-hero, Peer travels across the globe getting into and out of one tight fix 
after another. 

Grieg's music has proven much more lasting and has become perhaps his most popular work. "Morn- 
ing Mood," which begins this concert suite, is one of Grieg's best melodies. Returning home after one 
adventure, he finds his mother, Aase, on her deathbed. Another adventure takes him to Morocco, where 
the third movement portrays Anitra, daughter of a Bedouin chief, who wishes to lure Peer into marriage 
by dancing for him. The suite ends with the music depicting Peer's dash for freedom as he escapes the 
troll king and the forced marriage to his daughter. Grieg's depiction of Peer running for his life is classical 
music's quintessential chase scene. 



Sibelius: Symphony No. 5 

The best known works of Jean Sibelius are the violin concerto, a few shorter pieces like "Finlandia," "The 
Swan of Tuonela," "Valse Triste," and the second symphony. The other of his seven symphonies, though 
not heard nearly as often (and some of them very rarely), are an absolute treasure trove of interesting ideas 
and marvelous imagery. They are unconventional, to say the least, but also unconventionally emotional 
and evocative, and like nearly everything he wrote, they are filled with a Nordic ethos. Simply put, his 
music sounds like Finland. There is a vastness, or a sense of cold, or separation, or isolation, and a vivid 
sense of nature in his music that is at once beguiling and fulfilling. It might well be that Sibelius is the 
most successful nationalistic composer. Though there are certainly homeland characteristics in the music 
of Dvorak, Grieg, De Falla, Ravel, Bartok, and others, they are more broadly brushed and approximate. 
Sibelius is laser focused. 



The fifth symphony is in four movements, but you won't hear it as such. It sounds like three. The wander- 
ing, searching first movement finally gains a sense of momentum and direction and transitions seamlessly 
to a driving and continually accelerating Scherzo second movement. The slow movement is a mix of string 
pizzicato and wind melodies Sibelius described thusly: 

The autumn sun is shining. Nature in its farewell colours. My heart is singing sadly — the shadows 
grow longer. The Adagio of my fifth symphony? That I, poor fellow that I am, can have moments of 
such richness!! 

With a startlingly abrupt ending, the music instantly charges forward as the last movement erupts in 
a flurry of tremolos in the strings. This last movement is the result of a profound personal experience 
Sibelius had while working on the symphony. While out for a walk, he witnessed the following which he 
documented in his diary: 

Today at ten to eleven I saw 16 swans. One of my greatest experiences! God, how beautiful! They 
circled above me for a long time. They disappeared into the haze of the sun like a shining silver 
ribbon. The sounds are like a kind of woodwind, the same as the sound of the cranes, but without 
the tremolo. The sound of the swans is closer to the trumpet, even if it clearly recalls the timbre of 
the sarrusophone [an instrument similar to the saxophone]. A low refrain, which is like the crying 
of a small child. Nature mysticism and the pain of life! The finale of the fifth symphony in the 
trumpets! ! This had to happen to me, who has been an outsider for so long. So I've been in a holy 
place today, 21st April 1915. 

Even three days later he was still thinking of those swans, writing again in his journal: 

The swans are constantly in my thoughts and add glory to life. Strangely enough nothing else in 
this world, not in art, literature or music has the same effect on me as these swans + cranes + geese. 
Their sounds and essence. 

Even an amateur psychoanalyst could find a deeper connection. Jean's only recollection of his father, 
who died when Jean was a young child, was the memory of when his father had held him in his arms and 
shown him a picture book with a picture of a white swan. 

The flurry of 32 webbed feet and flapping of 32 wings is perfectly depicted in the opening bars of the 
last movement, and once sufficient speed is gained flight is achieved, and those majestic birds rise to the 
horns sounding out what has become known as the "Swan Theme." This theme dominates the rest of the 
movement until we reach the ending — perhaps the most interesting and unique of any symphonic ending 
in the literature. Swelling to almost unbearable ecstasy, the music suddenly stops and the symphony is 
brought to a conclusion with six chords separated by dramatic, lengthy silences. 

The process of composing the symphony was well documented by Sibelius, thankfully, and he offered one 
of the most discerning descriptions of the creative process. While working one night on the themes of the 
symphony and laboring to piece them together, Sibelius recorded in his diary: 

In the evening, working on the symphony. This important task which strangely enchants me. As if 
God the Father had thrown down pieces of a mosaic from the floor of heaven and asked me to work 
out the pattern. Perhaps a good definition of "composing." 

How grateful we can be that the mosaic Sibelius pieced together helps us to see swans, and autumn, and 
Finland, indeed the rest of our world so much more completely. 

— Kory Katseanes 



BYU Philharmonic 

Kory Katseanes, conductor 



Violin I 

Sini-Tuulia Vineyard 
Aubrey Woods 
Rachel Ostler 
Katie Jensen 
Andrew Thomson 
Caitlin Johnson 
Jared Starr 
Caitie Soffe 
Mayu Greenhalgh 
Jeff Smith 
Allison Smith 
Elizabeth Van 
DeGraaff 
Lauren Avondet 
Mindy Palmer 
Sarita Powell 
Caitlin Robbins 
Danielle Swain 
Josie Nielson 

Violin II 

Sara Bauman 
Paige Wagner 
Julia Parker 
Kari Bitter 
Mary Griffin 
Kirsten Skabelund 
Mariel Contreras 
Samantha Anderson 
Brittany Willey 
Sarah Abbott 
Alyssa Pyper 
Meg Gass 
Taylor Simmons 
Sophie Wilson 
Denise Holbrook 
Kristen Susong 
Melissa Condie 
Denise Vallecillos 



Viola 

Kristina Willey 
Bryan Lew 
Charlie Driscoll 
Allison Taylor 
Zac Hansen 
Sam Powell 
Caryn Jackson 
Devan Bartholomew 
Vanese Landry 
Lauren Esplin 
Kassia Roberts 
Chris Cardenas 

Cello 

Ashley Fillmore 
Robert Willes 
Stacy Steinhorst 
Rachel Clawson 
Maia Cook 
Stephanie Maynes 
Kyle Grant 
Catherine Willey 
Dallin Peacock 
Philip Abbott 
Tom Powell 
Christina Seymour 
Parker Rushton 
Jeanee Maucotel 

Bass 

Darren Cueva 
Spencer Jensen 
Matt Green 
Robert Quails 
Trevor Watson 
Zoejorgensen 
Ethan Hemsley 



Harp 

Holland Hettinger 

Flute 

Ryan Foley 
Sarah Clark 

Piccolo 

Jessica Patchett 

Oboe 

Jeralee Johnson 
Kelsey Ripplinger 

English Horn 

Meagan Beardall 

Clarinet 

Abby Tippetts 
Sarah Dickson 

Bass Clarinet 

Catelyn Gentry 

Bassoon 

Lisa Love 
Scott Self 

Contra bassoon 

Chelsea Davis 



Horn 

Anna Lenhart* 
Spencer Park** 
Holly Bliss 
Danielle Thompson 
Ryan McDaniel 

Trumpet 

Joshua Coffey 
Spencer Wallin 
Ali Atkinson 
Brandt Jensen 
Quy Nguyen 
Noelle Reid 
Jessica White 

Trombone 

Spencer Clark 
Curtis Biggs 

Bass Trombone 

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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Guest Artist 



Joel Hastings, piano 



7:30 p.m. 

17 November 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Etude in C Major, op. 10, no. 1 Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin 

1810-1849 



Six Pieces from The Piano's 1 2 Sides Carter Pann 

Silhouette b. 1972 

Soiree Macabre 
Orion 

Cradle Song 
Grand Etude-Fantasy 
An Irish Tune 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata in B-flat Major, op. 106, "Hammerklavier" Ludwig van Beethoven 
Allegro 1770-1827 

Scherzo: Assai vivace 
Adagio sostenuto 
Introduzione: Largo — Fuga: Allegro risoluto 




MEET THE PERFORMER 



Canadian-born Joel Hastings was the winner 
of the 2006 8th International Web Concert 
Hall Competition and the 1993 International 
Bach Competition at the Kennedy Center of 
Performing Arts in Washington; D.C. 

After delivering a stunning performance at 
the 10th Van Cliburn International Piano 
Competition in Fort Worth, Texas, one 
reporter designated Hastings the "audience 
favorite" while another declared, "the kinetic fingers of this young Canadian 
reminded me strongly of his late countryman, Glenn Gould." Reviewers 
have described his playing as passionate, mesmerizing, hypnotic, and 
transcendental. 

A Steinway artist, Hastings has performed solo recitals and concertos across 
Canada and the United States. His discography includes live performances 
of Franz Liszt's song and operatic transcriptions and Frederic Chopin's 24 
Etudes. His latest CD, Songs and Dances, includes works by Grieg and Respighi 
with transcriptions of music by Bach, Schubert, Wagner and Gershwin. His 
recordings have been selected for Canadian critic's awards and featured on 
CBC national radio. 

Hastings earned his ARCT diplomas in piano and organ from the Royal 
Conservatory of Music, receiving a gold medal for the highest score in 
the country. He holds a doctorate in piano and a degree in organ from the 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His teachers have included Nina Lelchuk, 
Louis Nagel, Logan Skelton, and Sergei Babayan. Across North America and 
abroad, he has given masterclasses and adjudicated competitions, and has 
taught piano at the University of Windsor, Ontario and Eastern Michigan 
University. Currently he is assistant professor of piano at Florida State 
University in Tallahassee. 



Upcoming School of Music Performances 



Group for New Music 

Saturday, 19 Nov. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 
Madsen Recital Hall 



Woodwind Chamber Night 

Tuesday, 29 Nov. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 
Madsen Recital Hall 



University Orchestra and University Strings 

Tuesday, 29 Nov. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 
de Jong Concert Hall 



Jazz Voices 

Allen M. Matthews, director 

Wednesday, 30 Nov. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 



Symphony Orchestra 

Christian Smith, conductor 

Wednesday, 30 Nov. 201 1, 7:30 p.m. 

de Jong Concert Hall 



s This musical event is the fourteenth performance sponsored by 

BYU^? the BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Justin Laukat 

Clarinet 



in Senior Recital 
Student of Jaren Hinckley 



Assisted by 
Jayne Galloway, piano 
Abby Tippetts, clarinet 
Jarom Coleman, clarinet 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



9:30 p.m. 

17 November 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Clarinet Concerto, K. 622 
Allegro 
Adagio 



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
1756-1791 



Jayne Galloway, piano 



Concerto in F minor 
Rondo 



Solo De Concours 



Jayne Galloway, piano 



INTERMISSION 



Jayne Galloway, piano 



Columbian Dances, part I 
Saturday 
Sabroso 



Columbian Dances, part II 
Natalia 
Mauro's Latin 



Abby Tippetts, clarinet 



Jarom Coleman, clarinet 



Bernhard Crusell 
1775-1838 



Henri Rabaud 
1873-1949 



Mauricio Murcia 
b. 1976 



Mauricio Murcia 



■ym^w m ——jf"'* This musical event is the 49th performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Aubrey Woods 

Violin 



in Senior Recital 
Student of Monte Belnap 



Assisted by 
Jed Moss, piano 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



5:30 p.m. 

18 November 20 11 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata No. 2 in A minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Grave 1685-1750 



Recitative and Scherzo-Caprice op. 6 Fritz Kreisler 

1875-1962 



Theme et Variations Olivier Messiaen 

1908-1992 



INTERMISSION 



Concerto in A Minor, op 53 Antonin Dvorak 

Allegro 1841-1904 

Adagio 
Allegro giocoso 



^^m*- _ - -j4~> This musical event is the 5 1 st performance sponsored by the 

B ■ XJ^'ty^ B yu School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Guest Artist 



Caroline Hartig, clarinet 



assisted by 



Jed Moss, piano 



7:30 p.m. 

18 November 2011 

Room 313 

University Parkway Center 



PROGRAM 



Denneriana (1938) 



Andre Bloch 
1873-1960 



Andante from La Forza del Destino 



Giuseppe Verdi 

1813-1901 

arr. Ben Armato 



Fantasia per Clarinetto, 

after Cavalleria Rusticana, op. 83 



Carlo Delia Giacoma 

1858-1929 

rev. and ed. by Caroline Hartig 



PAUSE 



Sonata (1962) 

Allegro tristamente 
Romanza 
Allegro con fuoco 



Francis Poulenc 
1899-1963 



Achat Sha'alti (1991) 



Paul Schoenfleld 

b. 1947 



Sholem-alekhem, rov Feidman (2004) 



Bela Kovacs 
b. 1937 



Morceau de Concert, op. 31 



Jules Demersseman 
1833-1866 



MEET THE PERFORMER 



Caroline Hartig is professor of clarinet at 
the Michigan State University College of 
Music. An acclaimed clarinet soloist and 
recording artist; Hartig has performed 
throughout the United States, Europe, 
and Asia and has appeared as soloist 
with orchestras and contemporary music 
ensembles in major concert halls in New 
^ * tM^^ York City including Carnegie Hall, Weill 

^k B # fl Recital Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, and 

^k f^S ^ ie Fritz R e ^ ner Center for Contemporary 

^L JSmt^^H Music and Symphony Hall (Boston). She 

^^^^^^^^- -^3r _- ^H has also performed with the Indianapolis 

Symphony Orchestra, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, Boston Philharmonic, 

and New Hampshire Music Festival Orchestra. 




Hartig has performed as a guest artist for the International Clarinet Association 
and has been heard on National Public Radio s Morning Edition. Her music 
can be heard on the solo compact disc Clarinet Brilliante honored as a 
"Critics' Choice" by the American Record Guide. In Overview of Woodwind 
Recordings, ARG cited Clarinet Brilliante as one of the "best of the best." 
Hartig s artistry is described as "positively breathtaking in its scope and 
performance." Her compact disc Clarinet Brilliante II was praised by American 
Record Guide noting, "The playing is mastery itself..." 

Widely recognized and sought after for numerous new-music collaborations, 
Hartig has premiered and performed solo clarinet works by leading 
contemporary composers including William Bolcom, Don Freund, Jere 
Hutcheson, Libby Larsen, Donald Martino, William Thomas McKinley, 
Charles Ruggiero and Paul Schoenfield. She can be heard on the compact disc 
Dancing Solo (innova 512) featuring the solo and chamber clarinet works 
of composer Libby Larsen. Hartig s latest CD Chalumeau (Centaur 2965) is 
comprised of benchmark contemporary unaccompanied solo clarinet works 
including Bolcom's "Chalumeau" commissioned and premiered by Hartig in 
Tokyo, Japan and published by Hal Leonard. 



Hartig earned degrees from New England Conservatory (MM), Ohio State 
University (BME), and the State University of New York at Stony Brook, 



(DMA). Major teachers and career mentors have included the legendary 
Harold Wright, Robert Marcellus, Charles Neidich, Michele Zukovsky, George 
Silfies, David Hite, renowned pianist Artur Balsam, violinist Roman Totenberg 
and flutist Sam Baron. 

In addition to an active solo and recording career, Hartig is in demand 
as a master teacher and clinician and has served as a juror for numerous 
performance competitions including the International Clarinet Association 
Young Artist Competition. She has been a guest clinician at the International 
Midwest Band and Orchestra Conference. 

Hartig is an artist /faculty for the Vianden International Music Festival, 
Luxembourg and a faculty leader for clarinet master classes at the Centro Studi 
Carlo della Giacoma in Todi, Italy. A Buffet Crampon artist and clinician, 
Hartig performs on the Buffet Festival clarinet. As a Vandoren Performing 
Artist, Caroline Hartig performs on Vandoren reeds and mouthpieces. 



Caroline Hartig will hold a masterclass on Saturday, November 19, 201 1 
at 10:00 a.m. in E-251 in the Harris Fine Arts Center. Public welcome. 

Upcoming School of Music Performances 



Group for New Music 

Saturday, 19 Nov. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 
Madsen Recital Hall 



Woodwind Chamber Night 

Tuesday, 29 Nov. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 
Madsen Recital Hall 



University Orchestra and University Strings 

Tuesday, 29 Nov. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 
de Jong Concert Hall 



y This musical event is the forty-fifth performance sponsored by 

BYU^^" t he BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Ryan Foley 

Flute 



in Junior Recital 
Student of April Clayton 



Assisted by 

Diane Bastian, piano 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



7:30 p.m. 

18 November 2011 

Auditorium 

Karl G. Maeser Building 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in G ("Hamburger" W. 133) Carl Phillip Emanuel (C. P. E.) Bach 

Allegretto 1714-1788 

Rondo: Presto 



Sonata for Flute and Piano Bohuslav Martinu 

Allegro moderato 1 890- 1 959 
Adagio 
Allegro poco moderato 



INTERMISSION 



Introduction and Variations D. 802 (op. 160) Franz Peter Schubert 

on "Trockne Blumen" from Die Schone Mullerin 1797-1828 



Sonata for Flute and Piano, op. 23 Lowell Liebermann 

Lento con rubato b. 1961 

Presto energico 



BYU^ 



This musical event is the 53rd performance sponsored by the 
BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Ruth DaFonda Eldredge 



Organ 



in Graduate Recital 
Student of Douglas E. Bush 



Required for the Master of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



7:30 p.m. 

18 November 2011 
Cathedral of the Madeleine 
Salt Lake City, Utah 



PROGRAM 



Fantaisie in A maj or Cesar Franck 

1822-1890 



Partita on Sei gegriisset, Jesu giitig, BWV 768 Johann Sebastian Bach 

1685-1750 



Sonata in F major, WQJ70/3 Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach 

1714-1788 



Meio registro de dois tiples Francisco Correa de Arauxo 

1584-1654 



Paean Kenneth Leighton 

1929-1988 



^^m^-w m — -y£~> This musical event is the 52nd performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Cari Sue Jackson 

Violin 



in Graduate Recital 

Student of Alexander Woods and Monte Belknap 



Assisted by 

Monica Rasmussen, piano 

Emily Workman, soprano 



Required for the Master of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



7:30 p.m. 

18 November 20 11 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in B-flat major, KV 372 
Allegro 



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
1756-1791 



Sonata No. 2, op. 27, no. 2, "Obsession" 
Prelude: Poco Vivace 
Malinconia: Poco Lento 
Danse des ombres: Sarabande (Lento) 
Les Furies: Allegro furioso 



Eugene Ysaye 
1858-1931 



Sonata no. 10, "The Crucifixion" 
Praeludium 
Aria 
Adagio 



Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber 
1644-1704 



INTERMISSION 



'Lullaby' 



Devan Bartholomew 

b. 1987 

Text by Thomas Dekker 

1570-1641 



Emily Workman, soprano 



Sonata No. 1 in G major, op. 78 
Vivace ma non troppo 
Adagio 
Allegro molto moderato 



Johannes Brahms 
1833-1897 



BYU^ 



This musical event is the 54th performance sponsored by the 
BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Spencer Clark 

Trombone 



in Junior Recital 
Student of Will Kimball 



Assisted by- 
Christine Mickelsen, piano 
Lisa Christensen, trumpet 
Noelle Reid, trumpet 
Ryan McDaniel, French horn 
Jacob Bahr, tuba 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Music Education 



9:30 p.m. 

18 November 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Konzert fur Posaune und Blasorchester Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 

1844-1908 



Blue Bells of Scotland Arthur Pryor 

1870-1942 



Jesu, Joy of Mans Desiring, from Cantata No. 145 Johann Sebastian Bach 

Played by Brass Quintet 1685-1750 

arr. David Hickman 



INTERMISSION 



Concertino for basun och strakorkester, op. 45, no. 7 Lars-Erik Larsson 

Preludium: Allegro pomposo 1908-1986 

Aria: Andante sostenuto 
Finale: Allegro giocoso 



Concertino, op. 4 Ferdinand David 

1810-1873 



mm.-m.rn m m -yf~> 'This musical event is the 55th performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Saxophone Quartets 



Coached by 

Mike Tobian 
Kirt Saville 



7:30 p.m. 

17 November 2011 

Room 313 

University Parkway Center 



PROGRAM 



A Study in Contrasts 
The Demure 
The Delightful 



Sammy Nestico 
b.1924 



Ascendance 



Scott R. Gibson 



Adante et Scherzo (Quatuor de Saxophones) 
Andante 
Scherzo 



Eugene Bozza 
1905-1991 



Jeremy Ryan, soprano saxophone; Scott Gibson, alto saxophone 
Deborah Brady tenor saxophone} Jessica Tobian, baritone saxophone 



Shepherd's Hey 



Percy Grainger 

1882-1961 

arr. GaryBricault 



Quartette (Allegro de Concert) 
Andante 
Allegro 



Caryl Florio 
1843-1961 



Histoire de Tango pour quatre saxophones 
Transcribed by Claude Voirpy 



Astor Piazzolla 
1921-1992 



Trois Pieces 

Chant D Amour 

Berceuse 

L'Ete 



Isaac Albeniz 

1860-1909 

arr. Marcel Mule 



Saxophobia 

Transcribed byjory Woodis 



RudyWiedoeft 
1893-1940 



Jory Woodis, soprano saxophone; Justin Hammer, alto saxophone; 
Ben Nichols, tenor saxophone; Myles Lawrence, baritone saxophone 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Danielle Swain 

Violin 



in Senior Recital 
Student of Monte Belknap 



Assisted by- 
Rebecca Swain, yZwfe 
Jayne Galloway, piano 
Christopher Koelzer, piano 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



1:30 p.m. 

19 November 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata for Flute and Violin, TWV 40: 1 1 1 Georg Philipp Telemann 

Dolce 1681-1767 

Scherzando 



Sonata No. 3 in D Minor, op. 108 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro 1833-1897 

Adagio 

Un poco presto e con sentimento 
Presto agitato 



INTERMISSION 



Romanza Andaluza op. 22, no. 1 Pablo de Sarasate 

1844-1908 



Concerto No. 2 in D Minor, op. 22 Henryk Wieniawski 

Allegro moderato 1835-1880 

Romance: Andante non troppo 
Allegro con fuoco-Allegro moderato 



^^m^- ■ ■ — -jf—> This musical event is the 57th performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Felipe Dominguez 



Organ 



in Graduate Recital 
Student of Douglas £. Bush 



Required for the Master of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



7:30 p.m. 

22 November 2011 

Provo Central Stake Center 

Provo, Utah 



PROGRAM 



Onder een linde groen 



Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck 
1562-1621 



Alleluja Laudem dicite Deo nostro 



Heinrich Scheidemann 
1596-1663 



Magnificat noni toni: Meine Seele erhebet den Herren 



Dephin Strunck 
1601-1694 



Malle Sijmen 



Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck 



An Wasserflussen Babylon 



Johann Adam Reincken 
1623-1722 



Praeludium in G Minor, BuxWV 149 



Dietrich Buxtehude 
1637-1707 



— ^— —— w ——yf"^ This musical event is the 58th performance sponsored by the 
BY xJ&i^S BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Woodwind Chamber Night 



Coached by 
April Clayton 
Jaren Hinckley 
Christian Smith 
Megan Beardall 



7:30 p.m. 

29 November 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Mini-Trio for Two Oboes and Cor Anglais Allan Stephenson 

I. b. 1949 

II. 
IV. 

Kelsey Ripplinger and Sarah Sokolowski, oboe 
Kira Woodfield, English horn 



Trio for Piano, Oboe, and Bassoon, op. 43 Francis Poulenc 

Presto 1899-1963 

Andante 
Rondo 
Arianne Sam, piano; Rachael Gubler, oboe; Chelsea Davis, bassoon 



While Liquid Amber Chaya Czernowin 

b. 1957 
Jessica Patchett, Adrienne Read, Kelsey Ballif, piccolo 



Histoire du Tango Astor Piazzolla 

Bordel 1900 1921-1992 

Night Club 1960 
Concert d'aujourd'hui 

Justin Laukat, Jarom Coleman, Stephen Taylor, clarinet-, 
Catelyn Gentry, bass clarinet 



Motion Alyssa Morris 

Tip Toe b. 1984 

Stretch 
Bike Ride 

Amber Seeley, flute, Briana Hurst, oboe 
Abby Tippetts, clarinet, Chelsea Davis, bassoon 



BYU School of Music 

University Strings 
University Orchestra 



29 November 2011 
de Jong Concert Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the 
Degree of Master of Music in Instrumental Conducting 



University Strings 

Melissa K. Condie and Denisse Vallecillos, conductors 



Brandenburg Concerto 
No. 3 in G Major 

Allegro moderato 
Melissa K. Condie, conductor 



Johann Sebastian Bach 
1685-1750 



Serenade for Strings in E Major, op. 22 

Larghetto 
Denisse Vallecillos, conductor 



Antonin Dvorak 
1841-1904 



Pineapple Rag 

Denisse Vallecillos, conductor 



Scott Joplin 
1867-1917 



String Symphony No. 7 in D Minor 

Allegro molto 
Melissa K. Condie, conductor 



Felix Mendelssohn 
1809-1847 



Intermission 



University Orchestra 

Melissa K. Condie and David Faires, conductors 



Slavonic Dance No. 7 
David Faires, conductor 



Antonin Dvorak 



Hungarian Dance No. 5 and No. 6 
Melissa K. Condie, conductor 



Johannes Brahms 
1833-1897 



Blue Danube 



David Faires, conductor 



Polovetsian Dances 



Melissa K. Condie, conductor 



Johann Strauss II 
1825-1899 



Alexander Borodin 
1833-1887 



>> This musical event is the forty-second performance sponsored by the 
BYU^ BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 



presents 



BYU Trombone Choir 



Stephen Hunter, conductor 



Tenor Trombone 

Paul Atwood 
Curtis Biggs 
Garrett Breeze 
Daniel Burt 
Spencer Clark 
Court Mackey 
Jill Reisner 
Matthew Schooff 
Michael Skidmore 
Richard Williams 



Bass Trombone 

Melissa Gardner 
Gerardo Garza 
Paul Sorenson 



5:30 p.m. 

30 November 2011 

Room 313 

University Parkway Center 



PROGRAM 



Mini Overture 



James Kazik 



Ave Maria 



Anton Bruckner 

1824-1896 

arr. Douglas Yeo 



Achieved Is the Glorious Work, from The Creation 



Franz Jospeh Haydn 
1732-1809 



Grand Canyon Octet 



Eric Ewazen 

b. 1954 



Inveni David 



Anton Bruckner 
arr. Douglas Yeo 



Canzona XIII 



Giovanni Gabrieli 

c. 1554/1557-1612 

arr. Steven Frank 



Ten Christmas Carols 



Tommy Pederson 
1920-1998 



j This musical event is the forty-sixth performance sponsored by 
BYU^^ the BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BYU School of Music 

Jazz Voices 

30 November 2011 



Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



Jazz Voices 

Allen M. Matthews, conductor 



You're Making Me Crazy 



Gary and Rosana Eckert 
arr. Michele Weir 



Chamego 



Peter Eldridge and Jack Donahue 
arr. Peter Eldridge and Darmon Meader 



In My Life 



John Lennon 
arr. Darmon Meader 



More Than Words 



Nuno Bettencourt 
arr. Kerry Marsh 



There Will Never Be Another You Harry Warren and Mack Gordon 

arr. Ander Jalkeus 



Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing 



Stevie Wonder 
arr. Kerry Marsh 



Time After Time 
Trans, by Eric Backman 



Cindy Lauper and Rob Hyman 
arr. Cluster 



Basically Blues 



Phil Wilson 
arr. Sharon Broadley 



Intermission 



Santa Claus is Comin' to Town J. Fred Coots and Haven Gillespe 

arr. Allen M. Matthews 



God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen 



Traditional English Carol 
arr. Derek Furch 



It Came Upon a Midnight Clear 



Richard S.Willis 

Edmund Sears 

arr. Tanner Linton 



A Child Is Born 



Thad Jones 
arr. Sharon Broadley 



Mary Did You Know? 



Buddy Greene 
arr. Matthew P. Selby 



Let It Snow 



Sammy Cahn and Julie Styne 
arr. Darmon Meader 



Silent Night 



Franz Gruber 
arr. Ander Jalkeus 



Jazz Voices 

Allen M. Matthews, director 




Soprano 

Mallory Hales 
Lauren Hughes 
Allie Rae Treharne 


Baritone 

KC Boyce 
Tanner Linton 
James Meservy 


Camille Whitaker 




Kennedy Wilkes 


Bass 


Alto 

Camille Johnson 
Sarah Oldham 


Kevin Jenson 
Jacob Reid 


Lauren Scott 


Rhythm 

Trevor Dixon, piano 
Aaron McMurray, bass 
Jay Tibbitts, drums 


Natasha Watts 
Madeline Weinberger 

Tenor 


Eric Backman 




Spencer Carter 
Jonathan Juretich 
Spencer Myler 





BYU School of Music 

Symphony Orchestra de Jong Concert Hall 

30 November 2011 Harris Fine Arts Center 



Symphony Orchestra 

Christian Smith ; conductor 



Jesu, Joy of Man s Desiring, Johann Sebastien Bach 

from Cantata 147 1685-1750 

Trans, by C. Roberts 



Romanze for Viola and Orchestra, op. 85 Max Bruch 

1838-1920 
Claudine Bigelow, viola 



Intermission 



Symphony in D Minor Cesar Franck 

Lento — Allegro non troppo 1822-1890 

Allegretto 
Allegro non troppo 



Symphony Orchestra 

Christian Smith, conductor 



Violin I 

Rachael Gehmlich* 
Kathryn Moore 
Erin Eves 
Aimee Curtis 
Nicole Pehrson 
Christoffer Devantier 
DaNece Lyman 
Natalie Haines 
Heather Schramm 
Coleman Madsen 
Taylor Kraus 
Sarah Allred 
Tracy Tiu 
Marissa Barth 

Violin II 

George Major* 
Rachel Maxwell 
Marlee Whetten 
Josh Winder 
Jarom Redhair 
Paige Montgomery 
Heather Johnson 
Kayley Brooks 
Cherise Turley 
Adrienne Steinhorst 
Joy Laudie 
Kami Slezak 
Laura Molnar 



Viola 

Jonathan Schroeder* 
Alysha Carroll 
Sierra Reed 
Koa Fisher 
Matea Trevino 

Cello 

Jonny Martin* 
Devin Jackson 
Pono Santos 
Steven Staples 
Shelby Nelson 
Paul Woodward 
Hannah Lambert 
Marcos Escalona 
Alexandra Bennett 

Bass 

AnishaHill* 
Cameron Mayo** 
Nathan Collins 
Jacob Ankney 
Shelby Hornback 

Harp 

Kathryn Grahman 



Flute 

Melissa Stapleton* 
Karissa Galbraith 

Oboe 

Charlotte Heiner* 
Kristin Groner 

English Horn 

Sarah Sokolowski 

Clarinet 

Jarom Coleman* 
Laurisa 

Christofferson 

Bass Clarinet 

Rebecca Blake 

Bassoon 

Rachael Nelson 
Katie Christiansen 



Horn 

Isabel Richmond* 
Emilia Williams 
Spencer Allen 
Gavin Gordon 

Trumpet 

Bryce Call* 
Lucas Jones 
Ryan Chapman 

Cornet 

Bryce Call 
Dallas Crane 

Trombone 

Daniel Stolworthy* 
Malika Johnson 
Jason Christensen 

Tuba 

Skylar DeWeese 

Percussion 

Josh Eastman 
Jessica Ellis 
Shannon Haynie 
Christina Hurlbut 
Jesse Quebbeman- 
Turley* 



* principal 

**associate 
principal 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Mariel Contreras 

Violin 



in Senior Recital 

Student of LeeAnn Morgan 



Assisted by 
Jonathan Keith, piano 
Jaxon Williams, guitar 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Music Education 



4:00 p.m. 
2 December 2011 
Museum of Art Auditorium 
Brigham Young University 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in A major for Violin and Piano Cesar Franck 

Allegretto ben moderato 1 822- 1 890 

Allegro 

Ben moderato: Recitative-Fantasia 
Allegretto poco mosso 



L'histoire du Tango (History of the Tango) Astor Piazzolla 

III. Nightclub 1960 1921-1992 



Baal Shem Suite: 3 pictures of Hassidic life Ernest Bloch 

Vidui (Contrition) 1 9 1 0- 1 949 
Nigun (Improvisation) 
Simchas Torah (Rejoicing) 



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BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 




BYU Singers 

Ronald Staheli, conductor | singers.byu.edu 

Mens Chorus 

Rosalind Hall, conductor | menschorus.byu.edu 

Concert Choir 

Rosalind Hall, conductor | concertchoir.byu.edu 

Women's Chorus 

Jean Applonie, conductor | womenschorus.byu.edu 

BYU Philharmonic 

Kory Katseanes, conductor I music.byu.edu 



2-3 December 2011 

DE JONG CONCERT HALL HARRIS FINE ARTS CENTER 



Combined Choirs 



Of the Fathers Love Begotten 
Wishes and Candles 



John Ness Beck 
1930-1987 

Stephen Paulus 
b. 1949 



Mens Chorus 

Fum, Fum, Fumarr. 
Little Drummer Boy 



Mack Wilberg 
b. 1955 

Katherine K. Davis 

1892-1980 



BYU Singers 



Angels We Have Heard on High 



arr. Craig Courtney 
b. 1935 



Women's Chorus 



Candlelight Carol 

The Twelve Days of Christmas 



John Rutter 
b. 1945 

arr. Peter Harvey 

B. 1945 



Concert Choir 



Away in a Manger 
Rejoice and Be Merry 

BYU Singers 

The Rune of Hospitality 



arr. Bob Chilcott 

B. 1945 

John Rutter 



AlfHoukom 

B. 1935 



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Philharmonic Orchestra 



Polonaise from Christmas Eve 
Sleigh Ride 



Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 

1844-1908 

Leroy Anderson 

1908-1975 



Group Sing 

Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful 



attr. to John F. Wade 
ca. 1711-1786 



Oh, come, all ye faithful, Joyful and triumphant! 

Oh, come ye, oh come ye to Bethlehem. 

Come and behold hizm, Born the King of angels; 

Oh, come, let us adore him; Oh, come, let us adore him; 

Oh, come, let us adore him, Christ, the Lord. 

Please sing unison: 

Sing, choirs of angels, Sing in exultation; 
Sing, all ye citizens of heav'n above! 
Gory to God, Glory in the highest; 

Oh, come, let us adore him; Oh, come, let us adore him; 

Oh, come, let us adore him, Christ, the Lord. 

Please sing unison: 

Yea, Lord, we greet thee, Born this happy morning; 

Jesus, to thee be all glory giv'n. 

Son of the Father, Now in flesh appearing; 

Oh, come, let us adore him; Oh, come, let us adore him; 

Oh, come, let us adore him, Christ, the Lord. 



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A Star Shall Rise Up out of Jacob 
There Is a Star 



Felix Mendelssohn 
1809-1847 

Joseph Martin 

B- 1959 



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4. Lullay Alleluia 

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5. In the Bleak Mid-Winter 

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DIRECTOR'S NOTE 

Growing up in Denmark I traveled with my family every summer to many 
places in Europe, including Italy, Switzerland, Slovenia, France, Germany, 
England, and Sweden. My travels awakened in me an awareness of the 
different cultures and languages of the world. Tonight's performance is a 
continuation of that awakening. I hope that our show takes you on your 
own personal journey during this festive season-a journey of cultures 
and traditions celebrated through dance and music. 

Jeanette Geslison 




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SCANDINAVIA 

Opener Entire Cast 

Christmas Around the World begins with a portrayal of a Christmas in Scandinavia where dancers 
and musicians welcome the season with dance, music, and a display of lights. This is followed 
by a Swedish couples dance known as the Hambo. The cast finishes with the Danish tradition of 
singing around the Christmas tree on Christmas Eve. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Jeanette Geslison 

MUSIC 

Come, Come, Emmanuel (traditional), Hambo efter Sven Hogstrbm (traditional Swedish), 
Nu Er Det Jul Igen (traditional Danish/Swedish), performed by Mountain Strings 

MUSICALARRANGEMENT 

Mark Geslison 

IRELAND 

Keltatak Performing Arts Company 

"Step of the Hearf'is a beautiful, lyrical soft shoe dance featuring three couples. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Tina Shelley 

MUSIC 

Aibreann, "Otherworld" (Lunasa) 

"Movement 3" is a dazzling union of traditional movement, electrifying music, and dramatic stag- 
ing in the bold style of Irish hard shoe step dancing. 

SOLOISTS 

Laura Bradley, Taylor Jones, and Brittney Leavitt 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Johanna Lambert, Tina Shelley 

MUSIC 

Bridge Attack, "The Roots of Riverdance" (Bill Whelan) 

POLAND 

Rzeczycka Polka Back-up Team 

A European in origin, the polka is danced by various nationalities, each one lending a unique 

cultural flair. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Delynne Peay 

MUSIC 

Orawa (Aleksander Romanski) 

Krakowiak - 9:00 Team 

This dance is recognized as one of Poland's beloved national dances. It originated in the region 
surrounding Krakow, where the gentry transformed it from a village dance into a more 
elegant production. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 



Delynne Peay 

RE-STAGED 

Em i lee Wright 

MUSIC 

Znad Wisley 

USA 

Steppin' Performing Arts Company 

Sharing the stage with similar yet different technique and styles, are Irish step dancing, clogging, 
and tap dance. Each type of percussive footwork is unique in its roots, but have now crossed paths 
in a fusion and dynamics of each rhythmic expression. 

GUEST PERFORMER 

Laura Bradley 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Tina Shelley, Greg Tucker, and Colleen West 

MUSIC 

Cuckoo's Nest (traditional American), Catharsis (Amy Cann), Minor Swing (Django Reinhardt), 
Hull's Reel (John Morris Rankin), performed by Mountain Strings 

MUSICAL ARRANGEMENT 

MarkGeslison 

Appalachian Patchwork io:ooTeam 

The music and dance of the Appalachian Mountains are represented here by the spirited Running 

Sets and Big Mountain Circle Dances. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Ed G.Austin Jr. 

RE-STAGED 

Greg Tucker 

MUSIC 

Sawin' on the Strings (Lewis Compton), Old Joe Clark (traditional American), Bil'em Cabbage Down 
(traditional American), performed by Mountain Strings 

MUSICAL ARRANGEMENT 

MarkGeslison 

The Mary Bee i:oo Team 

Created by Christmas Around the World founding director Mary Bee Jensen, this is one of the most 
delightful exhibitions of western square dance ever choreographed for the stage. The "caller" 
makes American square dance unique to this country. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Mary Bee Jensen 

RE-STAGED 

Amyjex 

CALLER 

Greg Tucker 

MUSIC 

Skip to My Lou (traditional American), Jolly Old St. Nicholas (traditional American), 

Ding Dong Merrily On High (traditional English & French), Go Tell It on the Mountain (traditional 

spiritual), Jesse Polka (traditional Mexican), performed by Mountain Strings 

MUSICAL ARRANGEMENT 

MarkGeslison 



Jumbleberry Hoedown Back-up Team 

As settlers in the American frontier, our ancestors believed in working hard and playing hard. This 
rendition of a turn-of-the-century celebration displays the enthusiasm and freedom that were a 
vital component in the building of American character. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Delynne Peay 

MUSIC 

Front Porch Jam (Dean Marshall), performed by Mountain Strings 

MUSICAL ARRANGEMENT 

MarkGeslison 

Suzy Performing Arts Company 

American clogging lands on the contemporary stage in an exciting fusion of dance styles. This is 
"thoroughly modern" clogging. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Greg and Maria Tucker 

MUSIC 

Suzy (Caravan Palace), performed by Mountain Strings 

SCOTLAND 

Main's Wedding Mountain Strings 

This rhythmic and joyous song is a favorite in the British Isles. 

MUSIC 

Mairi's Wedding (traditional), Mother Nature (Natalie McMaster) 

MUSICALARRANGEMENT 

MarkGeslison 

ROMANIA 

Szaszcsavasi Cigany Tancok Performing Arts Company 

Three Gypsy dances from Szaszcsavas in Transylvania portray the vigor and passion of the Roma 
people. First, a men's Pontozo, danced by very few Hungarians living in Romania anymore; 
however, among the Gypsies the dance is still popular. Second, a men's Verbunk-in Hungary it was 
traditionally danced as a solo dance, but then adapted by the Gypsies. Third, Csingeralas-a fast 
tempo couples dance in which the couples separate at times during the dance, being characteris- 
tic of the Gypsy style. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Richard Balazs 

MUSIC 

Traditional (Szaszcsavas Band, Gyanta) 

RUSSIA 

Topotukha Back-up Team 

Representing the people of Russia, this charismatic dance radiates their strength and energy. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Richard Wacko 

MUSIC 

Topotukha (Beriozka Folk Orchestra) 



ISRAEL 

HoraChatuna 9:00 Team 

An exciting and spirited dance that characterizes the fresh pulse of the people residing in Israel 

today. The Kibbutz was the birth place of Israel's modern folk dance movement. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Amyjex 

RE-STAGED 

Emilee Wright 

MUSIC 

Shir Hachatuna (Zeev Revach) 

OtAzoy Back-up Team 

This Yiddish style of music and dance is a blend of Jewish and European language and culture, in- 
cluding those of Russia. This piece, danced only by men, was performed traditionally to entertain 
and impress the bride and groom. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Brian Watson, with adaptations by Mike Romney and David Lewis 

MUSIC 

Freilach/Badchn's Tanz (Gregori Schechter's Klezmer Festival Band) 

MEXICO 

La Bruja 10:00 Team 

This is a traditional dance from the state of Veracruz. According to an ancient Mexican legend, 
La Bruja, or "enchantress," tells the story of a grieving mother who, with a candle atop her head to 
illuminate the way, searches for her lost children. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

GonzalosLuis 

MUSIC 

Traditional 

El Rascapetate nooTeam 

From the Mexican state of Chiapas, El Rascapetate, meaning "scratching the mat," is a colorful 

dance that features footwork reflective of its title. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Amyjex 

MUSIC 

El Rascapetate (Mariachi Nuevo Tecalitan) 

El )arabe Tapatio 11:00 Team 

Dancing has become one of the favorite cultural traditions of Mexico-and this Mexican Hat Dance 
is no exception! The vivacious rhythms and cheerful "gritos" all add to the festive mood of a real 
Mexican fiesta. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Delynne Peay 

MUSIC 

Traditional 



HUNGARY 

MagyorokTancok Performing Arts Company 

From the county of Somogy in southwestern Hungary, the Uveges and Botolo dances belong to 
the dance dialect of "swineherds" and "jumping" dances. The use of props (such as bottles and 
sticks) was an integral part of this people's lifestyle— the shepherds would use sticks, and the 
cooks worked with the bottles. Finally, an energetic piece from the Szatmar region fills the stage 
with one of Hungary's most beloved traditional dances. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Jeanette Geslison 

MUSIC 

Traditional (Hungarian State Folk Ensemble) 

MUSICAL ARRANGEMENT 

Hungarian State Folk Ensemble 

VOCALS 

International Folk Dance Ensemble and BYU Men's Chorus 

PUERTO RICO 

Plena Boricua mooTeam 

From Puerto Rico comes the island style of Caribbean music. The movements are adapted from Af- 
rican dances brought to the island. The rhythm of the drums can be heard into the night-whether 
in the cabanas or on the beautiful sandy beaches. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Celia Aguayo 

MUSIC 

Traditional 

INDIA 

Nagada Nagada Performing Arts Company 

Bollywood, the famed film industry based in Mumbai, India, is characterized by flashy musical 
numbers, love triangles, and melodrama. The dancing in Bollywood films is rooted in traditional 
Indian dance, including Bharata Natyam and Bhangra, fused with Western dance styles. Nagada 
Nagada is the story of a young man attempting to win the heart of a beautiful girl. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Greg and Sally Rawlings 

MUSIC 

Nagada Nagada (Pritam) 

AFRICA 

Congo Party-Asazi Jungle Voice of Africa 

Both of these dances are high-energy, celebratory pieces involving heavy drumming with "djem- 
bes" and "dunduns." The former has many modern Congolese movements and the latter is a 
combination of many traditional West African movements from Ghana, Mali, and Zimbabwe. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Shakira Farrar 

MUSIC 

Traditional, performed by Voice of Africa 



UKRAINE 

Volyn Performing Arts Company 

Dances from the Volyn Province of Ukraine are known for their flamboyance and demanding male 
and female technique. The rhythms of the music, along with the brightness of the costumes, 
display the energy and grace of this cultural art form. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Myroslav Vantukh, Artistic Director of the P. Virsky Ukrainian National Dance Company 

RE-STAGED 

Luba and Yuri Grekov 

MUSIC 

Traditional (Pavlo Virksy Ukrainian Orchestra) 

Ukraine, My Ukraine Mountain Strings 

A montage of two traditional Ukrainian folk songs, Odessa Mamma and Milenkiy Druzhochek, 

restructured in a modern style. 

MUSIC 

Odessa Mamma and Milenkiy Druzhochek 

MUSICALARRANGEMENT 

Dean Marshall, Nate Olson, Mark Geslison 

Halyna Shawl Back-up Team 

Common household items as simple as a woman's shawl are often used in folk dances to depict a 

lifestyle of long ago in an exquisite and artistic fashion. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Delynne Peay 

MUSIC 

Halyna's Lament (Ukrainian Shumka Dancers Orchestra) 

Hopak Performing Arts Company 

Recognized as the national dance of Ukraine, Hopak was performed exclusively by men in the 15th 
and 16th centuries during the famous Cossack period. By the 19th century, women had become a 
regular part of the dance, adding to the spirit of this Ukrainian hallmark. 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Colleen West and Edwin G. Austin, Jr. 

MUSIC 

Traditional, performed by the Intermountain Symphony Orchestra 

MUSICALARRANGEMENT 

Tyler Castleton and Daniel Lee 

FINALE Entire Cast 

CHOREOGRAPHY 

Delynne Peay 

MUSIC 

It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year (Barlow Girl) 




JESSICA RANQUIST 

Louisville, KY 
Early Childhood Education 



MIKEROMNEY 

Alpine, UT 
Family Studies 



AMBER SHEPHERD 

O'Fallon, IL 
Math Education 



IESSICASHEPHERD 

Orem, UT 
Therapeutic Recreation 



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Ventura, CA 
Asian Studies 




MIKAYLA ELLISON 

Frisco, TX 
Human Development 



BRIAN FRANCIS 

Antrim, NH 
Microbiology 



JARELLE FULLER 

Phoenix, AZ 

Family & Consumer Science 

Education 



CHRISTOPHER GALLACHER 

Gilbert, AZ 
Psychology 



HEIDI JOHNSON 

Lindon, UT 
Exercise Science 




KELSEYMOSS 

Tucson, AZ 
lommunication Disorders 



DANIELLE MURRAY 

Alpharetta, GA 
Dance 



KATRINA PEARSON 

Highland, UT 

Family & Consumer Science 

Education 



TANNER PEARSON CODY PHILLIPS 

Merrimack, NH Anchorage, AK 

Communications Spanish Translation & 



Interpretation 




KANA TYLER 

Kahalu'u, HI 
Dance 



TYLERWALKER DREW WILDE NATHAN WILEY 

South Jordan, UT Windsor, CA Alamo, CA 

Therapeutic Recreation Interdisciplinary Humanities Nursing 



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Plain City, UT 

History Teaching 



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Charlotte, NC 
Music Education 



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Bellevue, WA 
Recreation Management 



BEN CHRISTENSEN 
Evergreen, CO 
Applied Physics 




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9:00 TEAM 

Austin Allen 
Cabrielle Andersen 
Lauren Askew 
Kyle Bills 
James Call 
Camille Curtis 
Alex Farnsworth 
PaulGallo 
Adam Gonzales 
Camille Gunnel 
Kristin Hardester 
Anne Hopkin 
Aubrey Jones 
Alexander Kay 
Tamra Larrabee 
Daniel McRae 
Samantha Magoffin 
Lindsey Manning 
Emily Melear 
Robert Milligan 
Dustin Nygard 
Aaron Parks 
Tia Pedersen 
Jarom Petersen 
Andrea Smiley 
Tyler Smith 
KylaThrelfall 
Nathan Tylka 
Wesley Va I dez 
Jeffrey Valenza 

1:00 TEAM 

Kyle Anderson 
Emily Bean 
Holly Bliss 
Israel Bueno 
Anna Call 
Caitlin Corbett 
Janessa Davidson 
Jonathan Gardner 
K.C. Gidewall 
Travis Hancock 
Emily Hurst 



Luke Harrison 
Stephen Hill 
Grant Hodgson 
Scott Jackson 
Katelynn Jacobsen 
Clayton Jensen 
Skylar Kettering 
Anna Lewis 
Megan Metcalf 
Connor Monson 
Brandi Moon 
Dallin Nielson 
Evan Nuttall 
Annie Oakeson 
Megan Pond 
McKenna Revoy 
Jacob Stoker 
Michael Voge 
Amanda Weed 
MarleeWhetten 
Tyler Wigren 

BACK-UP TEAM 

Jason Allen 
Brett Anderson 
Bryce Bristow 
Craig Call 
Kaitlin Clark 
Kelsi Devashrayee 
Levin Dotimas 
Allyssa Elliott 
Will Farnbach 
Brian Fernandez 
Brandon Fielding 
Brodie Fish 
Jonathan Fox 
EricGourley 
Kaitlyn Gourley 
Laryssa Groll 
Derek Hayashi 
Garrett Hazen 
Lisa Hepfinger 
Scott Hutchings 
Garrett Jacobson 



Jayjacobson 
Kirsi Jarvis 
Sirie Jensen 
Cameron King 
Katie Klotzer 
Nathan Kuhlmann 
Jaymie Lambson 
Jacob Lowe 
Mikaila McGlothin 
Deborah Mann 
Amber Moon 
Kristina Murri 
Nathan Pehrson 
Allison Pinegar 
Lindsay Pugmire 
Katelynn Reed 
Erynn Stapley 
Clarissa Vranes 
Jerica Willcocks 

11:00 TEAM 

Travis Aldous 
Spencer Campbell 
Brianna Chambers 
Michael Chambers 
Bradley Cole 
Shane Coles 
Riley Cooney 
Anna Marie Curzon 
Jeremy Ellis 
Adam Fletcher 
Kara Fluckiger 
Jake Fullmer 
Brooklynn Gunnell 
Emily Hansen 
Jakob Haws 
Allison Jardine 
Nellie Kacher 
Kaitlyn Kuchin 
Xiaoxiao Li 
Tanner Long 
RachelleMcNiven 
Clara Nebeker 
Jeffrey Olson 



Drew Pande 
Ariel Peterson 
Diane Peterson 
Natalie Sivertson 
Stephers Tobias 
Jared Tuckett 
Erika Wilcox 
Tiffany Yeates 
Russell Youngberg 

10:00 TEAM 

Annalise Austin 
Amanda Brown 
Jessie Carrillo 
Christine Catlett 
Eric Davis 
Katelyn Duncan 
Erin Emmett 
Daniel Free 
Alexander Gibson 
Stewart Griffin 
Angela Grundvig 
Whitney Halford 
Christian Halversen 
David Harston 
Brendon Hutchings 
Cameron Jensen 
Caleb Kemp 
Zachery Lichtenberg 
Samuel McGregor 
Sara Miller 
Jennifer Parks 
Daniel Pichler 
Jacob Reid 
Tiffany Rowley 
Paul Russavage 
Lauren Spurgin 
Taylor Telford 
Matthew Thurston 
Nathan Veech 
Samantha Washburn 
Amanda Welch 
Whitney Wilcox 



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STAGE MANAGER 

Jennifer Reed 

ASST. STAGE MANAGER 

Heather Bosen 

PRODUCTION MANAGER 

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LIGHTING DESIGN 

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PROJECTION DESIGN/ 
ASST. LIGHTING DESIGN 

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ASST. LIGHTING DESIGN 

Marianne Ohran 

SOUND DESIGN & RECORDING 

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ASST. AUDIO PRODUCTION 

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STAGE OPERATIONS MANAGER 

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GRAPHIC DESIGN 

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PHOTOGRAPHY 

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NARRATION VOICES 

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ACTOR 

Zak Knowleton 

WARDROBE MANAGER 

Vickie Austin 

WARDROBE ASSISTANT 

Amy Handy 

DIRECTOR OF DANCE THERAPY 

Ron Nuttall 

SPECIALTHANKS 

Emilee Wright, Alumni Reception 



SPECIAL MUSIC GUEST PERFORMERS 

Jesse Christopher 
Caroline Kemper 
Preston Lewis 
Scott Monson 
Brandon Riggs 
Annie Sandholtz 
Brian Watson 
Sophie Wilson 

VOICE OF AFRICA 

Chris Chileshe 
Shakira Farrar 
Giselle Fernandez 
AlexNyagah 
Fabrice Nsabimana 
Dennis Mimi 
Davita Washington 
Christian Appiah-Knudsen 
Brent Kamba 
Mohammad Mustafa 
Claudine Kuradusenge 
CamilleOkoren 




The primary goal ofVoiceof Africa— Soi/wrt/ya Africa is to promote 
African Culture awareness through dance, music, and song. This 
group was started in January 2008. VOACA supports its members in 
obtaining an education by providing scholarships through fund raising 
events such as performances. As a performing group they strive to 
express the struggles, beauty, and passion of Africa. They wish to 
depict these through the storytelling nature of their performances 
and complete immersion of audiences into the wealth of knowledge 
that lies within the spirit of the dances. They stand as advocates of a 
nation whose voice often goes unheard. They are the Voice of Africa. 



IRELAND 

Red Candle 



In parts of Ireland, on Christmas Eve, families 
place a lighted candle in the window and let 
it burn all night long, to guide any poor, lost 
strangers to a warm, safe place. 




But that's the First Star! In Poland, before 
their delicious 12-course Christmas Eve 
dinner, everyone, including the children, 
fasts, until the first star appears in the 
night sky. So, all the hungry children are 
on the lookout! 



UNITED STATES 

Cow Bell 

Here in the US some of our ancestors lived in the 
Appalachian mountains. On Christmas Eve, young 
people would gather together anything that made 
noise, like cowbells, buckets, pots and pans, 
harmonicas and Jew's harps and sneak over to 
their neighbors and make as much racket as they 
could! The good sports would invite the rabble- 
rousers in for cider and treats! And maybe some 
dancin' broke out! 




ROMANIA 

Old Fashioned Transitvanian Children Shoes 

In days past, if you placed shoes outside your room on December 6, 
St. Nicholas would fill them up with candies and little toys. 




RUSSIA 

Snowflake 

In Russia, Grandfather Frost and his 
granddaughter the Snow Maiden bring 
gifts. This old custom, as well as many 
others associated with Christmas, is 
being renewed as Russians rediscover 
their heritage. 



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ISRAEL 

Menorah 

Hanukkah is a winter holiday observed 
by people of Jewish faith. Christians 
rejoice in the miracle of the birth of the 
One who is called the Light of the World. 
Hanukkah commemorates its own 
Miracle of Lights, and remembers acts 
of valor and faith in God. In the cold 
darkness of the winter world the light 
of faith in God is so welcome, and 
something to celebrate! 



MEXICO 

Poinsettia 



As a Christmas tradition, poinsettias 
come from Mexico. Here's the legend. 
In the 17th century, one Christmas, a 
poor boy named Pablo had no gift to lay 
before the manger scene at his village 
church. He spied some beautiful green 
stems, and picked those for his gift. The 
other children made fun of him. "You 
brought weeds!" they teased. But as the 
humble child laid the stems before the 
baby, a beautiful red star shaped flower 
appeared on each one! 





HUNGARY 

Hungarian Goatskin Bagpipe 

A duda is a Hungarian goatskin bagpipe that often 
accompanying Hungarian folk dancing. Anciently, 
religious leaders were often against dancing. But 
as a well regarded Hungarian priest once said, 
"There [must] be dancing [in heaven] for the 
itching soles of the Hungarian, whose whole life 
on earth is a dancing school." 




PUERTO RICO 

Camel 

If you lived on Puerto Rico, you'd prepare 
a box of fresh green grass for camels. In 
the morning you'd find your gifts brought 
to you byTheThree Kings on January 6! On 
Christmas Eve, you'd be up all night, singing 
carols and going from house to house in a 
progressive party called a parranda! 



INDIA 

Indian Clay Lamp 

I know we tend to think of India as a land of 
Hindus and Muslims, but actually there are over 
25 million Christians in India. At Christmastime 
the flames of clay lamps sparkle in the warm 
evenings, and homes are decorated not with 
evergreens, but mango leaves. 





AFRICA 

Elephant 

Africa is a vast continent with 
avast number of cultures and 
beliefs. But Christian believers 
in Africa find ways to combine 
old ways with new ways. For ex- 
ample, at Christmastime, Santa 
may ride in on an elephant, to 
the sound of drums! 



UKRAINE 

Manger Scene 

In Ukraine, the history of Christianity 
goes back to 988 when the ruler Vladimir 
the Great converted. Today, various 
denominations of Christian orthodoxy 
exist, and nativity scenes reflect ancient 
as well as modern traditions. Creche 
scenes range from iconic depictions of 
Mary and the Holy Child shining forth 
together in the dark cave stable near 
Bethlehem, to seven-level architectural 
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1958 1959 i960 



1964 1965 



1969 



The Folk Dance 
club started with 
6 couples. 



International 
Folk Dance 
Concert. 



Folk Dance Festival 
Concert was held in the 
Smith Fieldhousewith 
250 dancers. 



American dances 
were added to the 
repertoire-only 
international dances 
were practiced prior 
to 1964. 



First European Tour 



The club had grown 
to 380 dancers-all 
were auditioned into 
the program. 



The first concert under the 
name of Christmas Around 
the World. 



Classes and rehearsals were moved 
to new campus buildings, Richards 
Building and Wilkinson Center. 
Prior to 1965 they were held in the 
Women's Gym (on University Ave.), 
the basement of the Smith Family 
Living Center, and in various LDS 
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1985 



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Marriott Center. 



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The baton is passed to 
new Artistic Director 
Ed Austin. 



1985-2011 The tradition 
continues toward, and 
into, a new century and 
millennium. 



in the fall of 1960, the BYU International Folk Dancers, 
under the direction of Mary Bee Jensen and in an effort to 
welcome in the Christmas season, decided to start a new 
tradition of "Christmas Around the World." This event, a 
grand concert of folk dances and music from around the 
world, would be Mary Bee's-and her students'— gift to 
BYU and to the local community. Throughout the first 13 
years, concerts were held in the Smith Fieldhouse. With 
the completion of the Marriott Center in 1973, Christmas 
Around the World moved to its spacious new venue. The 
festive concert has resided in the Marriott Center ever 
since. 

Christmas Around the World has become a tradition of 
happiness and joy. The dancers perform folk dances from 
numerous countries with an authentic precision befitting 
their origin. The intricate choreography, spectacular 
costuming, and vivacious music, bring to life scenarios 
from past and present with genuine exuberance. Each year 
the performers portray the motto seen at the entrance 
to the BYU's campus, "The World Is Our Campus." This 
concert has become an opportunity for students to explore 
the wonders of the world through dance and music. That 
opportunity brings joy to every performer as they share the 
concert tradition with the audience members who come to 
the event each year. 




The many student performers who have participated in 
Christmas Around the World over the years know that 
this great concert is a true once-in-a-lifetime experience. 
These students have brought cultures of the world 
together. They promote cultural understanding and 
encourage peace throughout the world. 



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students with scholarship opportunities. Your contributions are greatly appreciated. 



MARY BEE JENSEN SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT 

Katrina Pearson 
Justin Kelly 

EXCELLENCE IN FOLK ARTS SCHOLARSHIP 

LynetteYorgason 
Mike Romney 

VILTIS SCHOLARSHIP 

Brittney Leavitt 
Ion Cervinschi 



NORMA PARDOE ANDERSON PERFORMANCE AWARD 

Tanner Pearson 

PERFORMANCE MISSIONARY AWARD 

Cody Phillips 
Reed Carter 

CHERILL LIPTAK SCHOLARSHIP 

David Lewis 
Jarelle Fuller 

ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP 

Jessica Shepherd 



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please contact Jennifer Lloyd at (801) 422-9219 or visit give.byu.edu/folkdance. 



DEAN, COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Stephen Jones 

CHAIR, DEPARTMENT OF DANCE 

Marilyn Berrett 

ADMINISTRATOR, WORLD DANCE DIVISION 

Colleen West 

WORLD DANCE DIVISION FACULTY 

Edwin G. Austin Jr., Vickie Austin, Jeanette Geslison, Amy Jex, Delynne Peay, Greg Tucker, Maria 
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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Mindy Palmer 

Violin 



in Junior Recital 

Student of Monte Belknap 



Assisted by 

Jayne Galloway piano 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



12:00 p.m. 
3 December 2011 
Museum of Art Auditorium 
Brigham Young University 



PROGRAM 



Partita in D minor for solo violin, Sarabanda Johann Sebastian Bach 

1685-1750 



Sonata No. 8 in G Major Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro assai 1770-1827 

Temo di minuetto 
Allegro vivace 



INTERMISSION 



Concerto in E Minor, op. 64 Antonin Dvorak 

Allegro ma non troppo 1 84 1 - 1 904 
Adagio ma non troppo 
Finale: Allegro giocoso ma non troppo 



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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Laura Phipps 

Piano 



in Senior Recital 

Student of Jeffrey Shumway 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



1:30 p.m. 
3 December 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Slatter (Norwegian Dances), op. 72 Edvard Grieg 

Jon Vaestafe's Spring Dance 1 843- 1 907 

Bridal March from Telemark 
Hailing from the Fairy Hill 
Knut Lurasens Hailing I 
Rotnamsknut 



Sonata in E Minor, L. 53 Joseph Haydn 

Presto 1732-1809 

Adagio 
Vivace Molto 



Etude in C# Minor, op. 25, no. 7 Fryderyk Chopin 

Etude in C# Minor, op. 10, no. 4 1810-1849 



Malaga, from Iberia Isaac Albeniz 

1860-1909 



Piano Variations ( 1930) Aaron Copland 

1900-1990 



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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Jenny Ballard 

Piano/Harpsichord 



in Senior Recital 

Student of Jeffrey Shumway 

and Douglas E. Bush 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



3:30 p.m. 
3 Dec 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Choros No. 5: Alma Brasileira 



Heitor Villa-Lobos 
1887-1959 



Toccata in G Minor 



Girolamo Frescobaldi 
1588-1644 



Concerto in E Major, BWV 1053 
Allegro 

Alexander Woods, violin 

Cari Sue Jackson, violin 

Bryan Lew, viola 

Garrick Woods, cello 



Johann Sebastian Bach 
1685-1750 



Sonata in E Minor, op. 90 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Mit Lebhaftigkeit und durchaus mit Empfindung und Ausdruck 1 770- 1 827 

Nicht zu geschwind und sehr singbar vorgetragen 



Variationen iiber ein thema von Robert Schumann, op. 20 Clara Schumann 

1819-1896 



Hungarian Rhapsody No. 19 



Franz Liszt 
1811-1886 



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This musical event is the 60th performance sponsored by the 
BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Harp Solo and 
Ensemble Concert 



Anamae Anderson, director 
Nicole Brady, harp professor 



7:00 p.m. 
3 December 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 

Fantaisie pour violon et harpe, op. 24 Camille Saint- Saens 

1835-1921 
Kathryn Graham, harp 
Josie Nielson, violin 



Legende, d'apres les Elfes de Leconte de Lisle Henriette Renie 

1875-1956 
Holland Hettinger Denny 



Little Fugue Domenico Zipol 

1688-1726 
arr. May Hogan Cambern 
Sarah Bennett, Allegra Bel Pizzino, Tessa Sheffield, Becca Smith 



Harp's Delight Joanne Meis 

Kathleen Kendell, Emily Ostler, Rebecca Pace, Rachel White 



Summer arr. BYU Harp Ensemble 

Sarah Bennett, Allegra Bel Pizzino, Tessa Sheffield, Becca Smith 



African Reflections Monika Stadler 

b. 1963 
Sarah Bennett, Kati Kendell, Emily Ostler, Rebecca Pace, 
Allegra Bel Pizzino, Tessa Sheffield, Becca Smith, Rachel White 



The Lark Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka 

1804-1857 
Kathryn Graham 



Spring Rain Josef Molnar 

b. 1929 
Lynzi Bryant, Sarah Edwards, Janie Endemano, Tona Nielsen, 
Corrie Stringham, Paesha Turtle 



Lambs, from an Organ Choral Prelude Robert Cundick 

b. 1926 
arr. by Lousie Pratt 
Lynzi Bryant, Janie Endemano, Corrie Stringham 



Spring arr. BYU Harp Ensemble 

Lynzi Bryant, Janie Endemano, Corrie Stringham 



Impromptu- Caprice, op. 9 Gabriel Pierne 

1863-1937 
Caroline Hales 



Autumn arr. BYU Harp Ensemble 

Sarah Edwards, Tona Nielsen, Paesha Turtle 



Autumn Roads Jay A. Pierson 

Sarah Edwards, Tona Nielsen, Paesha Turtle 



Winter arr. BYU Harp Ensemble 

Kathleen Kendell, Emily Ostler, Rebecca Page, Rachel White 



Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band 

Donald Peterson and Kirt Saville, conductors 

Tuesday, 6 December, 7:30 p.m. 

de Jong Concert Hall 

$10 ($4 off with BYU or student ID/ 

$1 off for senior citizens or BYU alumni) on sale now 



String Chamber Night 

Tuesday, 6 December, 7:30 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Free 



Flute Choir 

Wednesday, 7 December, 7:30 p.m. 

University Parkway Center 

Free 



Chamber Orchestra 

Kory Katseanes, conductor 
Wednesday, 7 December, 7:30 p.m. 

de Jong Concert Hall 

$10 ($4 off with BYU or student ID/ 

$1 off for senior citizens or BYU alumni) on sale now 



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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



String Chamber Night 



Coached by 

Anamae Anderson 

Monika Rosborough-Bowman 

LeeAnn Morgan 

Alex Woods 

Garrick Woods 



7:30 p.m. 
6 December 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Fantaisie pour violon et harpe, op. 24 



Josie Nielson, violin 
Kathryn Graham, harp 



Camille Saint-Saens 
1835-1921 



Quintetto Sol Maggiore, op. 77 
Poco andante 

Jared Starr, violin 

Elyse Hudson, violin 

Charles Driscoll, viola 

Robert Willes, ce//o 

Darren Cueva, bass 



Antonin Dvorak 
1841-1904 



String Quartet No. 8, op. 1 10 
Largo — Allegro molto 



Lizzy Van De Graff, violin 

Julia Parker, violin 

Lauren Esplin, viola 

Stephanie Maynes, cello 



Dmitri Shostakovich 
1906-1975 



Terzetto in C Major, op. 74 
Introduzione 
Larghetto 



Jeff Smith, violin 

Kari Bitter, violin 

Erin Eves, viola 



Antonin Dvorak 



String Quartet in E Minor, op. 44, no. 2 
Presto agitato 

Annie Sandholtz, violin 

Danielle Swain, violin 

Brittney Willey, viola 

Parker Ruston, cello 



Felix Mendelssohn 
1809-1847 



String Quartet No. 1 in G Minor, op. 27 

Un poco andante — Allegro molto ed agitato 

Mindy Palmer, violin 

Lauren Avondet, violin 

Caryn Jackson, viola 

Phillip Abbott, violoncello 



Edvard Grieg 
1843-1907 



Suite for Two Violins and Piano, op. 71 
Allegro energico 

Denise Holbrook, violin 

Sharollee Zippro, violin 

Janessa Swenson, pianoforte 



Moritz Moszkowski 
1854-1925 



Piano Quintet in G Minor, op. 57 
Scherzo — Allegretto 



Andrew Thompson, violin 

Paige Wagner, violin 

Zac Hansen, viola 

Rachel Clawson, cello 

Jenny Cho, pianoforte 



Dmitri Shostakovich 



Piano Quintet, D. 667, "Trout" 

Andantino — Theme and variations 

Sini-Tuulia Vineyard, violin 

Alii Taylor, viola 

Stacey Steinhorst, cello 

Kevin Swan, bass 

Yurika Ohki, piano 



Franz Schubert 

1797-1828 



String Quartet No. 1 in A Major, op. 4 



Allegro con fuoco 
Vivace e con fuoco 



Rachel Ostler, violin 

Mayu Greenhalgh, violin 

Bryan Lew, viola 

Maia Bruce, cello 



Alexander Zemlinsky 
1871-1942 



Upcoming School of Music Performances 



Flute Choir 

Wednesday, 7 Dec. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 

University Parkway Center 

Free 



Chamber Orchestra 

Kory Katseanes, conductor 
Wednesday, 7 Dec. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 

de Jong Concert Hall 

$10 ($4 off with BYU or student ID/ 

$ 1 off for senior citizens or BYU alumni) on sale now 



Brass Chamber Night 

Thursday, 8 Dec. 2011, 7:30 p.m, 

University Parkway Center 

Free 



Univeristy Chorale 

Thursday, 8 Dec. 2011, 7:30 p.m. 

de Jong Concert Hall 

$3 on sale now 



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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Kristina Willey 

Viola 



in Graduate Recital 
Student of Claudine Bigelow 



Assisted by 
Jenny Cho, piano 



Required for the Master of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



5:30 p.m. 
7 December 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Suite No. 3 ; BWV 1 009 Johann Sebastian Bach 

Prelude 1685-1750 

Allemande 
Courante 
Sarabande 
Bourree I & II 
Gigue 



Sarasateana, Suite of Spanish Dances Efrem Zimbalist 

Tango 1890-1985 

Trans, by William Primrose 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata Pastorale Lilliam Fuchs 

Fantasia 1901-1995 

Pastorale 
Allegro - Energico 



Sonata for Viola and Piano Rebecca Clarke 

Impetuoso 1886-1979 

Vivace 
Adagio 



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BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Conlan Miller 

Piano 



in Sophomore Recital 
Student of Irene Peery-Fox 



Assisted by 

Jonathan Keith, second piano 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



7:30 p.m. 
7 December 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata No. 10 in C Major, K. 330 (300h) 
Allegro moderato 
Andante cantabile 
Allegretto 



Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
1756-1791 



Piano Concerto No. 2 in G Minor, op. 16 
Andantino 



Sergei Prokofiev 
1891-1953 



Prelude and Fugue in A Major, WTC I 



Johann Sebastian Bach 
1685-1750 



Harmonies Poetique Et Religieuses, S. 173 
Funerailles 



Franz Liszt 
1811-1886 



Gargoyles, op. 29 
Presto 

Adagio semplice, ma con molto rubato 
Allegro moderato 
Presto feroce 



Lowell Liebermann 
b. 1961 



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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Flute Choir 



Katie Tolbert, director 



7:30 p.m. 

7 December 2011 

Room 313 

University Parkway Center 



PROGRAM 



Black is the Color of My True Love s Hair 



Traditional 
arr. Ricky Lombardo 



For Unto Us a Child is Born 



George Frideric Handel 

1685-1759 

arr. Mark Andersen 



Cantique dejean Racine 



Assisted by Verina Chen, piano 



Gabriel Faure 

1845-1924 

arr. Trevor Wye 



INTERMISSION 



Blue Train 



Ryohei Hirose 
1930-2008 



I Am So Glad Each Christmas Eve 



Peder Knudsen 

1819-1863 

arr. Amy Rice-Young 



Christmas Fantasy 



Ricky Lombardo 
b. 1946 



This musical event is the sixty-ninth performance sponsored by 
BYU^^"the BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Korianne Orton Johnson 

Soprano 

in Graduate Recital 
Student of Diane Reich 



Assisted by 

Aurelia Andrews, piano 



Elective recital for the Master of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



9:30 p.m. 
7 December 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



"Glitter and Be Gay" from Candide Leonard Bernstein 

1918-1990 



"Ch'io mai vi possa /' from Siroe George Frideric Handel 

1685-1759 

No, no, mio core Giacomo Carissimi 

1605-1674 



Guitare Georges Bizet 

1838-1875 

Apres un reve Gabriel Faure 

1845-1924 

Pierrot Claude Debussy 

1862-1918 



"Quando men vo/' from La Boheme Giacomo Puccini 

1858-1924 



Er ist gekommen in Sturm und Regen 

Verborgenheit 

Lorelei 



Clara Schumann 

1819-1896 

Hugo Wolf 

1860-1903 

Clara Schumann 



My Sweetheart and I 

Be Still As You Are Beautiful 

Amor 



Amy Beach 

1867-1944 

John Duke 

1899-1984 

William Bolcom 

b. 1938 



"Green Finch and Linnet Bird," from Sweeny Todd 
Times Like This ; from Lucky Stiff 
I Know the Truth, from Aida 
Without You, from My Fair Lady 



Stephen Sondheim 

b. 1930 

Stephen Flaherty 

b. 1960 

Elton John 

b. 1947 

Frederick Loewe 

1901-1988 



The Brigham Young University School of Music welcomes you to this event. We are grateful for 
your attendance and support. So everyone can enjoy this performance, we ask for your attention 
to several issues: 

• Please take a moment to turn off your cellular phone, pager, or any audio 
alerts. Since tonight s concert is being recorded, we ask you to be as quiet as 
possible during the performance. 

• Please notice the organization of the program so that your applause will be 
offered at appropriate intervals. Entire works or groupings of pieces will 
usually be performed without interruption. 

• If you must leave during the performance, please wait for applause to 
do so. 

Please help us maintain a more formal atmosphere appropriate in performances 
sponsored by the School of Music. Shouting to performers, whistling, or talking 
during the performance is inappropriate here. 

• Thank you for not bringing babies or children too young to enjoy this concert. 



For information about giving to the School of Music, 
visit giving.cfac.bvu.edu 



To view upcoming events on-line, 
visit byuarts.com 



— , _ — _ _ — . -^-> This musical event is the 7 1 st performance sponsored by the 

BY U^^> bytj School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Shizuka Purdon 

Euphonium 



in Graduate Recital 
Student of Steve Call 



Assisted by 
Diane Carter, piano 
Steve Call ; euphonium 
Tamra Palmer, euphonium 
Daniel Stolworthy, euphonium 



Required for the Master of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



5:30 p.m. 
8 December 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Rhapsody for Euphonium James Curnow 

b. 1943 

A Walk in the Woods Jiro Censhu 

b. 1934 



Two Faure Duets Gabriel Faure 

Puisqu'ici-bas toute ame 1 845- 1 924 

Tarentelle arr. Mead 



Fantasy for Euphonium Hiroshi Hoshina 

b. 1936 



INTERMISSION 



The Four Seasons Suite for Euphonium Trio Yukiko Isomura 

The Start in Season 
Water Lilly 
Storm of Autumn 
Noel Arpeggio 



Fantasy Variations for Euphonium Yasuhide Ito 

b. 1960 



^^m m m m j£~> This musical event is the 56th performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Christie Sowby 

Piano 



in Graduate Recital 
Student of Jeffrey Shumway 



Required for the Master of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



7:30 p.m. 
8 December 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in D minor, K. 294 Domenico Scarlatti 

Sonata in F major, K. 82 1685-1757 



Sonata in E Major, op. 109 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Vivace, ma non troppo-Adagio espressivo 1 770- 1 827 

Prestissimo 
Andante, molto cantabile ed espressivo 



Hungarian Rhapsody in A minor, no. 1 1 Franz Liszt 

1811-1886 



A Little Christmas Suite, A. D. 1979 George Crumb 

The Visitation b. 1929 

Berceuse for the Infant Jesu 
The Shepherd's Noel 
Adoration of the Magi 
Nativity Dance 
Canticle of the Holy Night 
Carol of the Bells 



Paraphrase on Tchaikovsky's Flower Waltz (Nutcracker Suite) Percy Grainger 

1882-1961 



_^-_— — — —-y£—> This musical event is the 73rd performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 



presents 



Brass Chamber Night 



Chamber groups coached by 
Steven Hunter 
Kirt Saville 



BYU Trumpet Ensemble directed by 
David Brown 



7:30 p.m. 

8 December 2011 

Room 313 

University Parkway Center 



PROGRAM 



Gravity Dances 



Anthony Zilincik 
b. 1967 



Daniel Stolworthy, euphonium 

Tamra Palmer, euphonium 

Ryan Lee, bass tuba 

Matthew McDowell, contrabass tuba 



Sonata 



Francis Poulenc 
1899-1963 



Noelle Reid, trumpet 
Anna Lenhart, horn 
Alex Steed, trombone 



Canzoni septimi toni a 8, from Sacrae symphoniae 



BYU Trumpet Ensemble 

David Brown, director 



Giovanni Gabrieli 

1555-1612 

arr. David Brown 



Kris Anderson, Ali Atkinson, Bryce Call, Charlie Carr, Ryan Chapman, 

Lisa Christensen, Josh Coffey, Jordan Coon, Dallas Crane, Rachel Havens, 

Lucas Jones, Celeste Knowles, Quy Nguyen, Noelle Reid, Austie Robinson, 

Beth Sawyer, Spencer Wallin, Jessica White 



Trio for Brass 



Jessica White, trumpet 

Corinne Cook, horn 

Kevin Stephenson, trombone 



Vaclav Nelhybel 
1919-1996 



2nd Suite in F 



Kris Anderson, trumpet 

Lisa Christensen, trumpet 

Christian Mealy, horn 

Jill Reisner, trombone 

Jacob Bahr, tuba 



Sonoran Desert Harmonies 



BYU Trumpet Ensemble 



Brinpolka 



Josh Coffey, trumpet 
Spencer Wallin, trumpet 

Spencer Park, horn 

Curtis Biggs, trombone 

Ryan Lee, tuba 



Gustav Hoist 
1874-1934 



Eric Ewazen 
b. 1954 



Kareljulak 
arr. Mnozil Brass 



nyi \/*A^i ■ ^ s musica l event is the seventy- fourth performance sponsored by 
U the BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



Upcoming School of Music Performances 



Young Artist of Voice 

Monday, 10 Jan. 2012 

Wednesday-Saturday, 12-14 Jan. 2012, 7:30 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Free 



Faculty Artist Recital 

Geralyn Giovannetti, oboe 

Tuesday, 11 Jan. 2012, 7:30 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Free 



Guest Artist Recital 

Elizabeth Buck, flute 

Tuesday, 13 Jan. 2012, 5:30 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Free 



Q'dUp 

Faculty Jazz Ensemble 

Wednesday, 18 Jan. 2012, 7:30 p.m. 

Madsen Recital Hall 

Free 



For information about giving to the School of Music, 
visit giving.cfac.byu.edu 

To view upcoming events on-line, 
visit byuarts.com 




BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 
School of Music 

presents 



Lucy Williams 

Piano 



in Sophomore Recital 
Student of Irene Peery-Fox 



Assisted by 

Denise Williams, piano 



Required for the Bachelor of Music Degree 
with an Emphasis in Performance 



9:30 p.m. 
8 December 2011 
Madsen Recital Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



PROGRAM 



Sonata in C Major, K. 330 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro moderato 1756-1791 

Andante cantabile 
Allegretto 



Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, op. 18 Sergei Rachmaninoff 

Allegro scherzando 1 873- 1 943 



Desperate Measures (Paganini Variations), op. 48 Robert Muczynski 

1929-2010 



Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 Franz Liszt 

1811-1886 



^^— — _ _ — -j4—, This musical event is the 62nd performance sponsored by the 



BYU School of Music for the 201 1-2012 season. 



BYU School of Music 

University Chorale 
8 December 2011 



de Jong Concert Hall 
Harris Fine Arts Center 



University Chorale Evening Section 

Paul Broomhead, conductor 
Bethany Richards, accompanist 



Angels, from the Realms of Glory 



Malcolm Archer 



Ave Maria 



John Rutter 



O Come Divine Messiah 



Howard Helvey 



Autumn 



Jussi Chydenius 



Snowflakes Seth Houston 

Melissa Stapleton, flute; Kristen Hyde, cello 



The Storm Is Passing Over arr. Larry Nickel 

Brigham Kmetzsch and Brett Stephen Taylor, soloists 



What Child Is This? 



arr. Lindsay Goodson 



Intermission 



University Chorale Day Section 

Leland Spindler, conductor 
Mariah Wilson, conductor 
Matthew Nielsen, conductor 
Aurelia Andrews, accompanist 



From the Classical Cannon 

Alexander s Feast: The Many 
Rend the Skies 



George Frideric Handel 
1685-1759 



Tenebrae factae sunt 

(In the Darkness of the Night) 



Michael Haydn 
1737-180C 



Modern Settings of Three French Christmas Carols 

Sing We Now of Christmas Traditional French Carol 

arr. Howard Helvey 

Angels We Have Heard on High Traditional French Carol 

arr. Jackson Berkey 

Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella Traditional French Carol 

arr. Howard Helvey 



Three Traditional Irish Folk Tunes 

Shivna 



BillWhelan 
b. 1950 



Down by the sally gardens 



Traditional Irish tune 
arr. John Rutter 



Mairi s Wedding 



Traditional Irish tune 
arr. Dave and Jean Perry 



Two Christmas Spirituals 

Go Tell It on the Mountain 



arr. Thurlow T. StefFy 



Sweet Little Jesus Boy 



Robert MacGimsey 

1898-1979 

arr. Earlene Rentz